Speaking during a teleconference before the upcoming
Woods "needs to quit being Ponce de León, looking for that fountain of youth," Miller said. "He's looking for explosive power. What he really needs to do with the long game is swing a little smoother, instead of exploding into it."
At 38, Woods has battled a string of recent injuries.
This year, he played just three tournaments before undergoing back surgery in the spring. His return to the Tour lasted four events before he went back on break to finish rehabbing. He left coach Sean Foley earlier this week.