Tiger Woods’ former right-hand man takes aim at PGA Tour in speech LIV Golf will love it

July 2, 2024

Tiger Woods’ former coach Hank Haney blames “corrupt golf media” for silence (Image: GETTY)

Tiger Woods’ former coach says it’s “easier than ever” to win on the PGA Tour because so many top players have defected to LIV Golf. Jon Rahm, Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau have all accepted huge entry fees to join the Saudi-backed separatist tour. The defections led to a decline in the quality of competition on the PGA Tour, allowing Scotty Scheffler to dominate the rest of the field. He already has six wins in 2024, all coming in his last 10 starts, making him the first player to win six times in a season since Tiger Woods in 2009. Hank Hini, who led Woods before leaving him in 2010, believes that he needs to discuss the ease of winning the PGA tour after many more excellent players’ excursions.

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Hini was a Woods coach from 2004 to 2010, a caregiver who has won six major titles for many years. The pair split a few months after Woods withdrew from the Quail Hollow Championship and faced a barrage of criticism after details of his personal life were leaked to the media.

The relationship quickly deteriorated, and Haney admitted he was “relieved” to no longer work with Woods in the months following the split. \ “I would like him to be in a press conference and, at least, announced that he was tired of all the criticisms, that he supported me and that he believed in me, but did not ‘never did, “said Hayini at the time.

\ “It was a difficult decision to leave, I went back and forth several times. I sent him a message. I wished him luck and said I hoped he found someone who could help him. He first responded: \’Thanks\’. Then two seconds later he said again: \’We\’re just taking a break right?\’ I told him: \’No, we\’re done\’. “At the end of the day, I’m better for it, and that’s what matters. This is a huge weight from my shoulders. My record with him is what is. They’ll never come close to him. Over the past two and a half years, Tiger has won 44% of the tournaments. 85% of the time he was in the top 10. All I can say is, good luck.