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  1. I think it’s great that Tiger appreciates Moe. Ben Hogan gets his due all the time, but Moe is largely unknown. He shouldn’t be – it was a strange and unorthodox swing (as he was a strange and unorthodox person), but you can’t argue with the numbers. And he was danged crazy, making the book about him incredibly entertaining.

  2. Yeah, that’s what I thought, too. Nice to see Tiger acknowledge a guy who never won a significant PGA event in the U.S. as having one of the two greatest swings ever.

    Hey, here’s something amusing I came across in the archives: my swing in May of 1998. I was working real hard on my game that spring, after reading Joe Dante’s “Four Magic Moves.” I don’t like the fall-back thing I’m doing with my shoulders right after impact — that’s a stiff body’s attempt to do an inverted C, I think. On that, I don’t even pretend any more.

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