John Strege recounts his interview with Jim Flick which may have been the last the legendary instructor gave before his death from pancreatic cancer last month. Just six days before he passed, Flick even called Strege back on his death bed, but it's some of the insights he passed along you'll want to check out.
I thought Mr. Flick's theory on Tiger's constant swing tinkering was spot on.
"I think Tiger feels like he needs to be motivated and I think he uses changes to do that. The truth is, in the year 2000, he [Tiger Woods] was probably the best player in the history of the game. I don't think we've ever had anybody whose concentration level is superior to Tiger's. I think he finds a way to get the maximum efficiency out of himself as a competitor. His short game is beyond belief. He had an incredible mind to find a solution for the challenge he was facing. He doesn't seem quite able to do that at the moment.