Tiger Woods on his game.

Love him or hate him notice Tiger understands to get back into form it’s a process and most if not all pro golfers use measurable metrics.

Watch him on U-Tube and let’s hear from his fans or not!

 

http://bottomline.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/11/21/8934156-tiger-woods-and-his-new-endorsement-strategy

 

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I love to stay connected and this is one way. Love to find better ways to improve just about anything. Six Sigma is one way to find the things to measure, the way to measure them and how to use the data. From finding a job to exceling at it! I live in Colorado and love it! Just getting here was a huge process but that's a whole other story…
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2 Responses to Tiger Woods on his game.

  1. Colleen says:

    I am not a golfer but I do like his statements about why he plays – he enjoys it its fun. He goes on to say that whether he wins or loses he looks at why it happened – what he did or didn’t he do that created the outcome.
    Now being a football fan did I hear them mention that Ronde Barber is also on-board with Fuse Science?

  2. Well Tiger kept saying he was working on his game and it’s a process. Seems to be paying off:

    The Presidents Cup

    Tiger was ready to go for the Presidents Cup in Australia. He made U.S captain Fred Couples proud the way he closed out his singles match 4 and 3 over Aaron Baddeley on Sunday. Tiger played well all week, showing some his old form in helping the American defeat the Internationals 19-15.

    Chevron World Challenge

    A win is a win, and Tiger got his first win in almost two years by winning the Chevron World Challenge. Yes, there were only 18 golfers in the event, but it was a strong field. Another good sign is Tiger had three very good rounds and ended up having to birdie the final two holes to defeat Zach Johnson.

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