Tiger Woods moves on without a coach

In one of the most critical parts of the season, the golfer plans to use only video to monitor his swing

Published June 2, 2010 4:50PM (EDT)

Tiger Woods says he has no plans to hire another swing coach as he moves into a critical part of the season with two majors on courses where he has won by lopsided margins.

Woods and Hank Haney split up the day after The Players Championship, where Woods withdrew with a sore neck. He says he will rely mainly on video to make sure his swing is in the right place.

The world's No. 1 player says his neck is better and he is able to practice. He is the defending champion at the Memorial, with the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach two weeks away.

Woods says this is an important week to get his game ready for the next major, and he hopes he can play four rounds. He missed the cut at Quail Hollow, then pulled out of The Players Championship during the final round.

By Doug Ferguson

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