This video snippet was taken from Tiger Woods and Butch Harmon’s full-length (38 minute) range demonstration for Tiger Jam III. Trevor Derrheim shot this on October 7th, 2000 at Dragon Ridge Country Club in Henderson, Nevada. In the coming months, I’ll be releasing the full-length range demonstration film from 2000, as well as another full-range session with Tiger and Butch from Tiger Jam VII.
Tiger’s 2000 season was possibly the greatest in the game’s history. With a PGA Tour all-time scoring average of 68.17 and 9 PGA Tour victories, including three Majors, the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, The Open at St. Andrews, and the PGA Championship at Valhalla, he holds the record for the lowest scoring average on the tour. At both the US Open and the Open, Tiger Woods crushed the field, winning by 15 and 8 strokes, respectively. His PGA Championship playoff was one of the most spectacular in modern history, when he defeated Bob May in the third extra hole.
This video originally appeared on YouTube.