Woods says he's building trust in his swing
DUBLIN, Ohio (AP)
After a ''comfortable'' practice round at the site of the U.S. Open, Tiger Woods mingled with hand-picked fans in an online chat that touched on everything from if he can regain his winning ways to whether he's still having fun playing golf.
Woods took questions from several fans and TV analyst Roger Maltbie.
A winner of 14 major championships but none since the 2008 U.S. Open, Woods says he and coach Sean Foley have corrected problems in Woods' swing and are now trying to build his trust in the changes.
Woods is entered this week in the Memorial, founded by Jack Nicklaus, who won a record 18 majors. Woods says Nicklaus needed 24 years to win his titles and he's only into his 17th year trying to catch him.