April 1st, 2013
Tiger Woods has reclaimed the #1 world ranking!
Tiger Wood’s eighth career win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, his third tour victory in 2013 and 77th overall, may very well be a critical and defining moment in his career.
After two plus years of hard work, Tiger reclaimed the #1 ranking for the first time since October 2010. With the help from his swing coach Sean Foley, Tiger looks to have taken ownership of the new swing changes, but inconsistent putting of late seemed to be holding him back.
Thanks to his buddy Steve Stricker and a 45 minute putting session, Stricker noticed his hands were too far behind because of a strong left hand grip. Once Tiger weakened his left hand grip, it allowed him to keep his hands more ahead and keep the stroke better down the line.
Check out Tiger’s putting change at http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=y3c7bNPnY1U
With The Masters coming up and great putting being a requirement for Augusta, maybe Tiger can win his 15th Major and inch closer to catch Jack’s record of 18 Majors wins.