Looking for all the inside dirt on the later years of Tiger Woods, from his perch atop the golf world in 2004 to his steep decline in recent years? Well, you may not have to wait much longer.
Hank Haney, who spent six years as the swing coach for the world’s former No. 1 golfer before the two parted ways after the 2010 Masters, has written a tell-all book, and it’s coming soon. “The Big Miss” will be in bookstores this spring.
“I had a front row seat to golf history,” Haney told the Associated Press. “[The book] just kind of chronicles a little bit of what I went through, what I dealt with, how I coached and the observations I made. I think there’s a lot of things that people are going to find interesting.”
The book, coauthored with Jaime Diaz of Golf Digest, will be released by Crown Archetype, part of the Crown Publishing Group at Random House, on March 27.
Neither Woods nor his agent, Mark Steinberg of Excel Sports Management, has commented on the book.