I am going to hike my pants up so they sit just below my nipples, I am going to have a blank arrogant stare when I speak, I am going to point at the camera as much as possible and when I chip I am going to grip it all the way down to the metal and dive at it as much as possible, then chuck my right hand at it.
I am going to come up with graphs, a checklist/system that all must follow equally, I will write a technical manual that even the most experienced golfers can’t understand and I will produce a set of DVD’s and training aids that are marked up 8000%.
I would like to say that Steve Williams and Tiger Woods splitting up is a welcome sight to me. They fed off each other to become just plain nasty on the course. Tiger needs a caddie with a sense of humor and a fun personality. Both to get his game back and to help endear himself to fans again. I will agree that Steve was great for him and one of the few non “yes men” in Tiger’s camp, but in order for Tiger to regain something close to what he once was…he needs to start over emotionally.
I can speak from experience. I never won 13 majors, never played in 13 majors, or even 13 PGA Tour events, but I could play and I got close. His career path is on a similar path to mine just on a much higher level and he needs to do one thing. He needs to start having fun or he will never win another major.
I would like to call the team of Tiger Woods and Steve Williams the same name that Sam Elliot called the bar in Roadhouse.