Johnny Miller made a big splash and was quite the phenom for a time. He was the Tiger Woods of his day. His star burned white hot but faded too quickly.He wrote something about his swing I found interersting. After winning some titles and majors he quit golf for a year or so to raise a family and create a home life. He worked very hard on his ranch doing a lot of physical labor.He said the work made him fit and muscular. When he rejoined the tour he found he was not as limber as he was and NEVER quiteregained his fluid stroke. Many boxing trainers have told their pupils to stay away from weights for the same reasons. Most modern strength coaches feel if athletes stretch they would not become what was known as musclebound but I'm not so sure. Tiger Woods was lifting weights religiously and writers mentioned he looked bulkier, stronger and had added width to his shoulders. Could his strength training have contributed to the demise of his swing? Could he have tightened up a bit losing some flexibility or did he rely too much on Butch Harmon? Having played baseball and golf I have to agree with what Ted Williams said. Swinging a bat and swinging a club are very different mechanically. A beautiful golf swing can be messed up easily. evena slight non perceptible change can wreak havoc with a pro's game. From the photo's of Woods I've seen recently, it lookd to me he has shrunk a bit. Maybe not but I'll watch the Masters and get a better look.