The world number one Tiger Woods has been without a coach since Hank Haney resigned last month, saying he wanted to “move forward in other areas.”
But Woods says he is happy to retain his own counsel as he continues his comeback after five months out of the game.
“I’ve been using video and working on my game that way,” Woods told a press conference. “That’s the great thing about technology. I have no plans for a new coach.”
Woods also said he appreciated Haney’s reasons for leaving: “I understand it. I mean, there’s a lot going on, as we all have seen. I totally understand it.”