Hank Haney is looking for another client.
The noted swing coach, who worked with Tiger Woods from 2003-2010, has parted ways with the International Junior Golf Academy in Hilton Head, S.C., according to a report Wednesday in the Island Packet.
Haney had been associated with the IJGA, a training academy with more than 140 students, since 2007, when he was named the director of instructor. His name was added to the academy a year later.
The split was mutual, the CEO of IJGA’s parent company told the Island Packet, and even compared it to the Haney-Woods split.
'It was time for us to move on,' Peter Orrell said, according to the report.
In recent years, Haney, 58, has written a best-selling book about his time working with Woods and filmed a TV series on Golf Channel in which he has helped Michael Phelps, Charles Barkley and Rush Limbaugh with their swings.