NEW YORK (AP) -- Tiger Woods' former swing coach thinks the 14-time major winner's chances at the Masters next week depend on his putter.
Hank Haney spoke like a coach Wednesday while signing copies of his book, "The Big Miss: My Years Coaching Tiger Woods," at a midtown Manhattan golf store a day after its release.
Haney worked with Woods from 2004 to 2010, when the then-No. 1 player in the world won six majors, and he says he still analyzes Woods' swing even if they haven't spoken in 2½ years.
He says he found it surprising that Woods had changed his putting style, but thinks a switch back to his old technique is paying off now.
Haney says Woods needs to avoid three-putts to have a chance to win at Augusta.