Tiger Woods is not having the best couple days. Not only was the golfer forced to pull out of the Players Championship on Sunday due to a bulging disc in his neck, his swing coach of six years quit on him today via text message.
Hank Haney said in a statement to The Golf Channel, "I believe at this time that it is in both of our best interests for me to step aside as Tiger's coach. I will always look back upon our past half dozen years together as my best days in professional golf."
Woods held a press conference today to discuss his problems—on and off the green. "For me not to play all 18 holes [at TPC], that was as angry and as frustrated as I've been in a long time," Woods said.
Tiger called the pain "annoying. [The injury] actually was getting worse," Woods said, "and now I'm at a point now where I just can't go anymore."
He continued, "[My game is] certainly not where I would like to have it, there's no doubt. There's a lot of things going on in my life, period, right now. [I'm] just trying to get everything in a harmonious spot, and that's not easy to do."
Sources say it won’t come as a shock "if [Elin] files for divorce sometime soon."
We honestly aren’t surprised in the least that things are going sour for Woods. He tried to come back to the golf game so quickly and tried to take emphasis off his personal life. Unfortunately for him, his problems personally and professionally seem to be getting worse for him!