I thought this book would be Haney complaining about being fired and therefore I stayed away from it for a long time. But it is not like that at all. It is obvious Haney has great respect for Tiger and wrote a great book about their time together. It truly is an enjoyable read.
I credit Hank for writing this book. I'm a golf nut and couldn't stop listening. Ignore the negative reviews, this book gives a glimpse into what it's really like to be Tiger Woods. I don't think any of us truly know the pressure to perform that Tiger has on him and HH gives us a front row seat of how Tiger prepares for a major among much more. Thanks Hank, I truly enjoyed this book.
Very good listen. There are some weird choppy audio parts to the story but it's not too distracting. I am an avid golfer, but it gets a little too technical at times. However, it is a good listen and if you're a Tiger Woods fan you will be hooked.
I fully expected to dislike Tiger after reading this book. The opposite is true. He is actually quite pitiful, but so much like all of us. Full of mistakes and confusion. Yet so gifted. This is boring narration, extensive swing language and tedious at times. But you won't have a solid understanding of Tiger without it.
Insight into TW is incredible..
Slaying the Tiger
more incredulous about some of the s*** Tiger said and did.
At points in the middle of the book, a random voice will take over Haney's and it's really distracting.
Obviously, Tiger woods is the key player for this book. There are Good attitude building stories. We need more performance techniques, technology, technical problems solving skills highlights so on.