Despite Woods cheating scandal, golf guru Scott Seifferlein believes his drive on the links will remain strong.
Seifferlein says Woods skills and mechanics are too good to be affected in the long term, though the scandal will definitely shake up his focus on the golf course.
The distraction may affect his ability to put a hole-in-one, just like the time Woods dad died and it noticeably altered his performance.
However, in the long run, all the hoopla may actually help the golfing pro.
Seifferlein figures that the time off hes taking could lead to more practicing.
When ready, Woods may come back a better swinger than ever even when he was cheating with three other women.
The athlete is known for having high standards, so he probably wont return to the game until he feels 100 percent up to par.
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