Watch out for Tiger Woods at the PGA Championship.  Woods is said to be driving the golf ball "arrow straight every time" after he received an unplanned lesson from Rich Beem.

The 2002 PGA Champion came across Woods struggling with the driver on the range at Whistling Straits last week and spent several minutes teaching him his "Cross Eye" method.

"There's really no secret to the "Cross Eye" driving method," said Beem who topped everydriving stat on the PGA Tour for five straight years from 1999-2004. "I just told Tiger to cross his eyes, asked him if he saw two fairways, then told him to hit the one on the right. I've been doing it for years. And it works."

According to insiders, Woods was said to be 'ecstatic' after the lesson and spent six hours on the range hitting hundreds of straight drives.

"It's a revelation," Woods told GolfCentralDaily. "It's like I cannot miss now; I'm super excited about this coming week at Whistling Straits.  Ocassionally I do have trouble crossing my eyes but if I do I just ask Joey to bring his pointy finger really slowly towards my nose and that generally does the trick."

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