Tiger Woods Golf Swing by Craig Hanson

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Craig Hanson Golf Swing Analysis of Tiger Woods. Please visit www.craighansongolf.com for more videos

This is a golf swing analysis of Tiger Woods. He has been working very hard over the last couple of years. In this video I compare the Tiger Woods Swing from early 2000 to 2012 and show you some interesting difference.

I teach club golfers through to tour pros and had over 18,000 + lessons. For more videos subscribe to my channel and visit my website www.craighansongolf.com. If you want to hit golf balls consistent as Tiger Woods, drop me an email golf@craighansongolf.com.

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CraigHansonGolf says:

Thanks for writing Chris glad you enjoyed it .

Jonathan Doney Songwriter says:

What’s the best way to drive a ball?

Ryan Pulai says:

Great analysis, Craig! Very informative!

Alex Pohorily says:

So amazing.

Kort Kleinman says:

Foley has not only ruined Tigers swing, turning him into a “Stack and
Tilter” , he has now ruined his back….. Anyone who knows anything about
Golf and the swing would know by teaching a player to stay so stacked on
their back swing and then to PUSH their low back’left hip forward at such
an alarming level on their downswing is most likely going to cause
tremendous low back strain…… coincidence?? Tiger never really had low
back issues prior to Foley.

Chris Guy says:

i was watching Tiger with interest at the Turkish Airlines event in Belek,
after watching this I am almost convinced that Tiger is now receiving irons
that are flatter than he had in the past. The position of the shaft is so
much more consistent in relation to its original starting point compared to
it in the 2000 era. A remarkable change compared to the Haney era. Nice
work Craig. 

thetruth says:

Never played golf and was wondering if I should use new clubs or hand me
down one? And should I play 9 holes vs 18?

bergalini says:

I like too how all those guys do the complete opposite of coming over the
top. They kind of get in a position that allows the club to just swing
through. I think that’s really the most impressive thing about the swings.
There is just an irresistible urge to try and drive through the ball with
the club and hence come over the top of it. Such a hard habit to break.

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