Tiger Woods' looming divorce with wife Elin Nordegren is not the only relationship going sour for the golf pro — Tiger's personal swing coach has decided to stop collaborating with him.
Hank Haney, who has worked with Tiger for six years as his swing coach, has announced that he is moving on, TMZ reports.
"Tiger Woods and I will always be friends, but I believe that there is a time and place for everything, and I feel at this time and at this place in my life I want to move forward in other areas," Haney said in a statement released to the Golf Channel last night (via TMZ).
Tiger's golf comeback has not really been up to par.
He finished fourth in The Masters and withdrew this weekend from the last round of The Players Championship golf tournament after complaining of pain from his neck injury.
Tiger and Elin have also been struggling to save their marriage, but lately hope for reconciliations seems to be fading
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“Tiger and Elin have officially separated,” an insider told OK! recently. “He’s letting her go.”