CHASKA, Minn. – Tiger Woods' golf swing looked far more organized today.
At the top of the swing, the club was in balance and his left wrist was flat, not bowed like it has been in the early part of the previous three majors. As a result, he could hit his numbers because he was delivering the true loft of the club to the ball. And he was not out of sync when he was moving into the ball – that's why he hit 12 of 14 fairways and 15 of 18 greens.
The PGA Championship will be very hard to wrestle from Tiger's hands this week.
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