Tiger Woods says he's worked more with Sean Foley but hasn't changed swing yet
On Wednesday at Ridgewood, Tiger Woods mostly answered questions about his divorce, but a few golf questions snuck into the conversation as well.
Woods, who parted ways with swing coach Hank Haney in May, stirred speculation at the PGA Championship when he was seen working with Sean Foley, a teacher whose clients include Hunter Mahan and Sean O'Hair. Woods said he and Foley have continued to spend time on the range.
"I worked with Sean two times at home," Woods said. "We worked on the same stuff that we worked on at the PGA. And it's just a matter of getting it more solidified."
Asked if he'd decided to change his swing, Woods said nothing was certain yet.
"I still haven't officially done it yet," Woods said. "Just because this would be the fourth time I changed my golf swing since I've been on the PGA Tour, and I did some with Butch and with Hank and this would be my fourth one with Sean. So it's an undertaking that I have to wrap my head around because it's going to take some time."
Photo: Woods and Foley on the range at the PGA Championship. John Biever/SI