Mistake No. 2: He's Laid Off at the Top
Tiger's current top position (left photo) is radically different from where it was in 2000. His arm swing is significantly flatter, the club is in a laid-off position (pointing left of the target), and his left wrist is slightly bowed, which closes the clubface a bit. From here he has to hold off the release or he'll hit a pull-hook.
The FixTiger needs to get more neutral again (right photo), and so do you if your clubshaft points to the left of the target like Tiger's at the top. The laid-off position is big trouble for amateurs, almost ensuring a push, slice, or even severe pull to the left. If you're a slicer, you're actually better off pointing the clubhead to the right of the target than the left. For weekend players, this position gives you a better chance of squaring the clubhead at impact consistently.