Chamblee: 'Woods got least out of talent of any player'

Brandel Chamblee - never shy of an opinion - has an interesting take of the 14-time major champion. 

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Wed, 8 Aug 2018
Chamblee: 'Woods got least out of talent of any player'

Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee believes 14-time major champion Tiger Woods hasn’t lived up to his potential.

“I would argue he got the least out of his talent of any player, maybe in history," Chamblee said on the Golf Digest podcast.

The former pro golfer lauds Woods as possibly the greatest to ever play the game, but believes his swing changes curtailed his prowess.

"What other player would you have imagined was going to win 30 major championships? Twenty-five, 30 major championships and 100-plus events?" Chamblee goes on. "There's no other player that any of us would ever have imagined — I think he was better than any of us ever imagined. But once he got going, we thought, well . . . he's going to be Genghis Khan to the record books."