Woods 'in no hurry to look' for a new swing coach


Tiger Woods and Sean Foley began working together at the 2010 PGA Championship. (Getty Images)

WINDERMERE, Fla. – Tiger Woods doesn't have a new swing coach, and he's not anxious to find one anytime soon.

Woods was at Isleworth Country Club Monday to announce Hero MotoCorp as a new title sponsor for his World Challenge in December and said he hasn't swung a club since he missed the cut at the PGA Championship early last month. The game plan is to begin taking full swings later this month or early October, which will give him two full months to prepare for his appearance in the Hero World Challenge.

So, since there is no golf swing right now, essentially there isn't a need for a swing coach.

"Right now I'm trying to get physically better, stronger, faster," Woods said. "I'm in no hurry to look for one. I'm just focused on what I'm doing."