Woods‘ coach of six years, Hank Haney, recently resigned from his duties for the world number one.
Jack Nicklaus has gone on record saying Woods needs to win a Major very soon if he is to overtake his own long-standing record of Major championship victories, however Woods is confident in his own tuition going into the second Major of the year.
“I’ve been using video and working on my game that way,” said Woods.
“That’s the great thing about technology. I have no plans for a new coach.”
“The last six months have been pretty tough but I’m starting to get into my routine of playing, which is something I haven’t done.”
The 34-year-old has had a mixed bag in terms of his results since his return from the break following the allegations of his private life.
However he now returns to Pebble Beach, the scene of his historic US Open triumph in 2000 where he set the tournament record for most shots under par (-12), as well as the record for the largest winning margin in a US Open, 15 strokes.
The US Open begins on Thursday, June 17.