Tiger Woods picks Chris Como as his new swing coach
The search is over.
Tiger Woods announced Saturday via Twitter that he has chosen Chris Como to be his new swing coach.
"Happy to have Chris Como consulting and working with me on my swing. I’m excited to be back competing," Woods wrote in the tweet.
Como, 36, is based out of Gleneagles Country Club in Plano, Texas, and has worked with Aaron Baddeley, Trevor Immelman and Jamie Lovemark.
He replaces Sean Foley, who coached Woods for four years before the two split in August. Woods has also worked with Butch Harmon (1997-2003) and Hank Haney (2004-10).
According to a statement released by Woods, he has been working with Como for about a month.
Woods, who hasn’t competed since the PGA Championship, is slated to return to action at the Hero World Challenge in December.