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A new set of eyes

KOHLER, Wis. - Tiger Woods continued to fuel speculation that he may start working with Orlando, Fla.-based swing coach Sean Foley when the world No. 1 teed off at 6:15 a.m.(CT) at the PGA Championship with Foley walking along.

Atthough Foley works with Hunter Mahan and Sean O'Hair, who were playing with Woods on Tuesday at Whistling Straits, the swing coach and Woods were talking intently on the 10th tee.

Attempts to reach Foley late Monday and confirm reports that the two were working together were not successful, but Tuesday's actions suggest Woods has moved on to a new set of eyes.

Woods and longtime swing coach Hank Haney parted ways following The Players Championship and at the time Woods said he would use video to fix his swing.