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Brandt Snedeker Clinic Review

I receive videos from Youtube with the email subject, "what do you think?" almost weekly. Sometimes, it leads to interesting distractions between lessons. Other times it's a quick close. Sometimes, it pulls up interesting videos on the side to watch. Last week, I received a video that led me to this gem.

I really enjoy listening to tour pros describe what they do. Not because I believe them 100%, but because they give you great insight into what they are actually thinking. This video shows some really good self awareness, as well as some really good self delusion on the part of Mr. Snedeker. Feel free to watch the whole thing (there are a number of gems that you could take away from it), but if you're in a rush, I'll highlight a few of my favorite parts.

12:55 - "The reason we [tour pros] play so well is not because we hit it really good. There are weeks where I can't find the planet. It's because our short games are really good. Day in and day out, our chipping, pitching, and putting can bail us out". It's important to see that the short game is a different animal than ball striking. It might feel similar to some, and if it does, GREAT, but the reality is that there are drastic differences between a chip shot, a full wedge, an iron shot and a driver....and it's usually more than just set up changes that make each ideal.

14:10 - "When he's not hitting it his best, we do damage control. We won't be as aggressive hitting into greens". Monitoring your game each time you play takes practice. But part of the "warm up" is to help you see what you have that day. It's common in other sports to make strategy changes based on warm up, but for some reason in golf it is taboo. If you normally hit a draw, but every ball is a fade on the range, perhaps you can still shoot a good number watching the ball curve the other way for one day.

15:00-16:40 - "I try to do it with set up and not with my hands". This is a great example of the delusion that a lot of good golfers have. Not all, but a lot. He demonstrated different pivots and releases in his practice swings, which is a great way to adjust flight. He also made set up changes that would help to produce one curve or another. But his summary was simple. If he really just did it with his set up, then he wouldn't need those different SWING IMAGES AND THOUGHTS. He could just set up and make the same swing. If you struggle with controlling curve, then understand what adjustments can make the difference for you, as I outline in my shot shaping section of the member's area.

26:20 describes picking his schedule for the year in a way that highlights his strengths. He talks about not doing well at the really long courses (like Bay Hill) and that choosing the right courses to play is half the battle and one of the things that Tiger did really well for many years. The level of self awareness is something to strive for that is achievable. It doesn't take great athleticism to maximize your course strategy to fit your games strengths and weaknesses, but to do so, you must know your strengths and weaknesses.

29:00 "I was trying to hit a draw all day and I wasn't". In response to a question about a certain shot. He highlights how tour pros adjust. It never ceases to amaze me when I do playing lesson that a golfer will not be able to recognize their tendencies for that day and make adjustments. If the ball is curving predominantly one way or another on the range, you need to factor that in to your shot decisions for THAT DAY.

One last thought. Brandt appears to be a Rhythm golfer, and rhythm golfers tend to over-simplify things. You can see it in his descriptions. But if you are a rhythm golfer, you have to figure out your simple keys the way Brandt has. Stay positive. Know yourself. And you'll give yourself the best chance to shoot low scores.

Tags: Member Question, Intermediate

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ladies and gentlemen welcome to July

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29th 2013 we're hosting a special event

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today in case you hadn't noticed that's

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probably why you're here

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it's a toast a toast to Scott Vail who

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many of you should know or do know but I

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first want to introduce a six-time

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winner on the PGA Tour

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the reigning FedEx Cup champion and the

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reigning RBC Canadian Open champion mr.

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Branson and now our special guest today

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who's being hosted by his man Brant

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it was a former back shop employee

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former junior member and presently the

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number one paddy on the planet couple of

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presentations that we need to handle

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right away before we're gonna watch

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Scott it's involved

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before and after I do in Reverse no okay

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we won't put that pressure on these guys

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all right but if I could if I could

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please ask mr. bill trim Stroh our past

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president of the club and mr. David

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Mills from the Golf Association Ontario

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please come forward I'll hand the mic

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over to Bill he's got a short it's my

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pleasure

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Donna you add you to our wall of fame

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and thank you thanks for the opportunity

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to be here let me start by

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congratulating Oshawa for everything

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they do Junior Golf we have introduced a

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program again this year called junior

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golf week Oshawa pretty well let the

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problems in terms of their effort of

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making that program run to raise money

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for the club and also for junior golf at

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the provincial level well thank you for

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that a Canadian win the event that hurt

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Brendan

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[Music]

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things not being full Keynesian that's

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[Music]

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what one of these we have at the golf

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pro is known as a wall of recognition

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it's an opportunity for us to recognize

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individuals who have roots in Ontario

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and have made significant contributions

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to the games significant accomplishments

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in the game they could be players it

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could be builders could be

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administrators and it could be caddies

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and in fact this is the first

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opportunity for us to recognize somebody

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who has made their accomplishments as a

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caddy and I think if you take a look at

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what Scott has done starting with his

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days here Oshawa Junior Golf playing in

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what was then the e'terica Association

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junior programs hopefully all of that

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gave him some of the inspiration to go

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on and be involved in golf and to take

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up the role of caddy and I think it's

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safe to say when you're caddying for one

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of the best players in the world he's

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consistently ranked in the top 10

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playing and caddying and all of the

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major championships around the world

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traveling the world and obviously

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succeeding as we've seen this weekend

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it's very clear that Scott deserves to

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be on the wall of recognition of the

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Golf Association of Ontario

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Hey mental congratulations Scott and

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Brandt as well I think kind of what

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everybody gets here hoping to see is

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brand hit some balls and let's talk a

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little bit about the program as you get

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to a tournament

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you're probably like the rest of us you

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show 15 minutes before you rush to get a

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coffee you come in to book a couple

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times obviously feeling still on a high

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right now

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yesterday break still be here in my new

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place but no idea kind of what I do to

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warm up and how I think about what you

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should do on the golf course you know

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how I get too amped up ready to play and

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some stuff that we see and put away in a

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little time I see Scott doing all the

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time any place and the stakes that we

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make so I try to my normal typical warm

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up for a round of golf spot I can get

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there about an hour for a tee off and

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feel a little pudding

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to get the deal going and a start

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warming up and as you all know every day

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feels differently

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so one days I feel great Saturday I felt

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unbelievable couldn't do anything wrong

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yesterday I could you kinda have to

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recognize what you have early earlier

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the day kind of fuel up understand

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what's what you need to do to kind of

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counteract that growth they're quite so

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couple basic things that I do and

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everybody should do every day we just

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the basic stuff grip simple stuff grip

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is you want the beat there's a beat form

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on your left hand with your thumb and

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this be show which point you're Rachel V

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on your right hand or this thumb and the

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rush your hand is you're going to ride

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shoulders will basic really easy to do

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however you get your hands in the club

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that's how I should always look so once

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you do that simple stuff that always

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your alignment should be a little bit

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open for to target just about every time

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I like to play a little drawl so people

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always talk about my swing and it's true

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I don't think a lot mechanically I try

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to break it down to one key thought is

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whatever you murder should do should

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have one thought that you can always go

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to the cruising shot or or get you out

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of whatever you think about Mikey

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thought for me is I try to get the

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inside half the golf ball I played role

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so literally if I wasn't puts ball on

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the ground see how that Bridgestone

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logos lined up on the inside for ball I

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feel like the club needs to come on the

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inside path and hit that ball most

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amateurs I'd say 95% a more struggle in

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the big slice coming over the top

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you can stop that by simply trying to do

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that that'll help a lot so that's it

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you know what yesterday when I was

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feeling pressure it has two key shots go

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down the stretch that's all I think

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about trying to be it's not going awful

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I'm trying to think about my grip or my

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stance or or make sure to club a little

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bit laid off or cross-line care oh I'm

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trying to do make sure that Club came to

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the ball a little bit from the inside

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ball start to the right handle drawing

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so something simple is that can make a

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big difference

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I'm in here so if he sees out there

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about the big differences under Club

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always come up short I think that's a

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common theme and grant would agree with

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that one we you know guys want to hit it

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further than they actually do and a lot

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of people's short side themselves I

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guess that's that's easier said than

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done I mean when you're in control your

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golf swing I'm always watching Brad he

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doesn't short side himself very often

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you see amateurs do that you're

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basically just trying to get yourself in

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the best way to make our

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and so typically when I'm warming up and

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what I'm going through here I'm Bree

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Gator warm up and I'm going sort of my

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way just trying to get feel for elico

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want to go to the 9-iron maybe try to

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work through and see what really feels

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like you've all fights doing and get a

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good idea of women do that don't try to

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fix it on the range for a good play as

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you warm up and really other thing I try

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to do when I'm rhythm now make sure I'm

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not swinging too quick at it yeah I've

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got a fast rhythm fast tempo to my swing

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but it doesn't mean I try not to hurt

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him so I still try to take the time

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anything in the warm-up that's a little

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slower than the only golf course make

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sure I can kind of feel what club it

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isn't the general rule a great tip that

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I got from a guy named Mason Rudolph II

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played on to it for a long time back in

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the 50s and 60s was on the way back take

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it back even slower and you think you

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need to cuz you're not trying to get you

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came away back what's the matter way

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back to truncate clubbing position hit

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all the way down

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so typically Mike when I get really

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really off I go back something as simple

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as that

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I think I got a little bit slower

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realize I'm not trying to hit anything

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on the way back or truncated position

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where I could go ahead from there so

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another good most people don't realize

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this too were pros we swing typically

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about 80% 85% you don't try sorry

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[Laughter]

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never tried anything hard unless we were

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four or five and we need an extra ten

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yards like that most Amber's we know the

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shoes every swing all day long doesn't

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do you any good you actually did it

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shorter if you didn't if miss hitting it

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and Kabaddi gets out of sync and club

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didn't swing very fast so you know 80 85

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percent really only needs like balls

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from there just as far call you go

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further because everything will be in

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sync myself I didn't sink I mean your

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body your hands or your body your arms

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your legs are working together where if

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you swing really hard a lot of times

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your arms workout up out of sync with

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your body as you slows you down just

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something simple

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and another thing that most people don't

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realize is Scott contested this it's the

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reason why we play really good seems

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like best players will play really good

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it's not because we can attest to it

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there's weeks where I came on the planet

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it's because our short games really good

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day in and day out our wedge game are

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chipping Utting it's pretty pretty good

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we get out of jail a lot you've seen

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yesterday I hit one of the trees of 12

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for perfect but our short games their

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veils that we do that's a big reason why

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I won this week is because my short game

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was phenomenal I got saved

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or probably shouldn't you know Tiger

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Woods is no different you have an hour

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to spend practicing 15 minutes over here

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45 minutes over there yeah chipping

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putty knowing that you can say shots

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there lot quicker

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Scott when you as you're going through

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the round and if you kind of start to

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see things coming off the rails a little

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bit how do you help Brant kind of get it

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back on track the things that you do

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specifically that help Brant as an

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individual or no that's a good question

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that's when he's not hitting it as best

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as we kind of just tried to damage

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control and leave ourselves

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leave ourselves a pot to the fat part of

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the green maybe those days where we we

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won't be as aggressive hitting it into

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greens and just trying to obviously we

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know the strength of his game so the

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idea is for us to get it to the green as

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quickly as possible so he has a pot you

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know about at birdie days where we just

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play a little less aggressive you know

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we have a good number he's swinging that

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well so other ways you know you want to

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get fancy and start trying to realize

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how we work the ball okay so turning the

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ball over cutting ball let's say you're

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advanced to see your scratcher or play

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it play a lot you want to figure out how

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to book it or cut it so for me it's very

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simple we kind of do with your line up

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your set up and I'm a very visual guy so

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I think of baseball and can anything you

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want to think of any other sport you

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think of to do it so I'm going to get a

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draw so let's say we're gonna draw this

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yellow pen I'm my lineup probably over

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the red pen I think of trying to hit a

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ball from way from the inside so come

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all the way out to the right can I get a

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visual my right arm doing that so for me

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to draw all right got to be inside out

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kind of topspin lob and tennis like that

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so I set up a little bit more clues

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ordered a yellow pan with the draw said

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I'm with the right pin he show the toe

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of the putter at me two of the 7-iron in

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a little bit of dress trying to feel

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like you're swinging more in your body

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lines I'm working more inside out and

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that ball should start off the right

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draw off let your hands Lisa

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and then they do the other one just do

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the opposite so if I'm a cup one to that

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pin I'm gonna line up at this other red

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flag on the left open up my stance my

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shoulders everything at the club face a

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little hook but it address most swinging

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more outside outside of the path all my

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foot on my body line cutting across this

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way and it should you know keep a

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so trying to do with my setup with my

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hands let the path kind of create that

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now

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questions no one really goes on nothing

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to do with feel free to ask

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we're here at Ames for questions yes

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when you hit that shot on 12 yeah did

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that make you decide to hit the ball or

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thinking about taking an unplayable no

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the question is on Twitter should I hit

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the trees everything about take an

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unplayable

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that's all Dave they've been David

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lingmerth you get in there as well and

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yeah it's rough tough time getting it

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out actually Scott the best work

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yesterday was on that hole there's a big

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log behind our wall and there was a

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crack in it didn't little she got it

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there was the wall the law was old Dan

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so it's going to break the part where

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you didn't Scott had the foresight to

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say man Newton's laws but top parts will

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break off it's going to rule that entry

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ball a one pay attention always moved it

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and so we had to pull the whole

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operation six years old and did an

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unbelievable job of moving that wall all

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didn't do thank God and they will try to

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hack it out from there and make a great

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now it's kind of attorney for the

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department but to answer your question

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no I mean what Dave did what we do you

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know we don't worry about anybody else

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in the golf course we're playing the

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golf course and that's it

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you can't control what other people are

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doing out there the other players in

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fact grant doesn't even look at

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leaderboards on the weekend he had he

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had no idea he was three shots up you

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know the little tapping on the last one

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he got because at least told me we had a

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three shot

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yeah kind of easy because I was amped up

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all day don't you know just don't

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realize losing

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yeah it's a budding boy one of my

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strengths

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definitely is my strength I try keep

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cutting really simple so when I'm trying

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to get a speed of a putt imagine rolling

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that's a great way to help help you feel

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how hard you need to hit it so I mean I

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live on a putt can't do this and see how

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the ball is rolling on see how hard I

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want to hit it it does a great it gives

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me a great visual of what the ball is

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going to do breaking what's gonna be

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good visuals how hard I need to hit it

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feeling like I'm rolling a ball and do

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the same motion when I buttock - it's

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just I'm just into the side same motion

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it's just been a good way to kind of

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release tension I'm putting I'm very

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visual

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I'm not worried about anything going oh

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don't worry about my stroke or anything

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like that just trying to worry about

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half a meatball started on and how order

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want didn't see you you play very fast

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it's notice done then commentators make

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a point of it on television how quickly

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you set up on the ball and quickly you

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strike it and you're gone and we watch

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pro golfers or you know all the time

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take forever to take a shot what is your

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opinion on you you know the reason why I

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play fast

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I hit a jumpy guy begin with and the

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longer I stay over at the more negative

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stuff comes to my mind where I started

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thinking about wait a second I don't hit

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it over there no I don't want here

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there's water there yeah it's dirt they

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cause negative stuff from your mind so

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for me when I have a clear thought of

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what I want to do I want to hit as quick

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as possible yeah 10 billion golf balls

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in my lifetime I don't need to go 10

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seconds to figure out how to get this

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thing I know those guys I think most

00:21:46.960 --> 00:21:49.510
guys want to fall into that trap

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those guys take way too much time I

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start thinking about almost mundane

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stuff and all the stuff you didn't hit

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the shot when I don't meet when they're

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practicing at home they don't practice

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that way I never understood so when I

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practice at home I play the exact thing

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when I practice I see all these does it

00:22:05.470 --> 00:22:06.670
take forever to hit golf balls from

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their home practice I don't think that

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was time so he puts too much pressure on

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it kind of gets them out of the routine

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I think face of plays is a big problem

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on to or something we're trying to

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address them we've known the green you

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quit when I walk slower he does a great

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job how does he deal with slow fire how

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do we yeah yeah typically we get paired

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with slow players you just kind of

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you've got to walk a little bit slower

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just slow your pace down and just

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realize for the day that you're gonna be

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playing with slow players and you've got

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to figure out a way to manage it and not

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worry about it and not look at that and

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think about oh gosh this is so

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frustrating watching how slow they are

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so you kind of just you know he does a

00:22:53.980 --> 00:22:57.340
good job of slowing me down so he'll go

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take longer and get a number like longer

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just ball stuff like that where you have

00:23:02.080 --> 00:23:05.350
a choice yeah sometimes I don't give it

00:23:05.350 --> 00:23:06.970
an option I can see him late by the bag

00:23:06.970 --> 00:23:08.530
yeah I gonna come over here any time

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exactly and I can see it but I'm like

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he's not gonna say it next question

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rubber

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tell me under players here

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first of all belief I believe what

00:23:32.440 --> 00:23:35.650
you're doing unquestionable desire what

00:23:35.650 --> 00:23:37.960
you want to do I never had a doubt in my

00:23:37.960 --> 00:23:40.270
mind he did tour from six years old it's

00:23:40.270 --> 00:23:41.470
all I've ever wanted to do it's a lot of

00:23:41.470 --> 00:23:44.980
work to doing he sacrificed a lot to get

00:23:44.980 --> 00:23:48.100
to where I am there's no shortcut takes

00:23:48.100 --> 00:23:49.720
a lot of hard work takes a lot of be on

00:23:49.720 --> 00:23:51.990
the golf course beat ball chicken but

00:23:51.990 --> 00:23:54.429
say the biggest thing for me that I see

00:23:54.429 --> 00:23:56.820
today all the juniors growing offices

00:23:56.820 --> 00:23:59.020
the guys that make it on two of the guys

00:23:59.020 --> 00:24:02.169
think really will have great short games

00:24:02.169 --> 00:24:04.299
I can go show you a bunch of guys hit

00:24:04.299 --> 00:24:07.299
the ball like like robots like machines

00:24:07.299 --> 00:24:09.429
so some believable they're not playing

00:24:09.429 --> 00:24:12.659
on to selling insurance

00:24:13.730 --> 00:24:16.530
reason why I'm going to Lourdes I played

00:24:16.530 --> 00:24:19.080
ball thankfully will got a great short

00:24:19.080 --> 00:24:27.690
game and can't teach that then that goes

00:24:27.690 --> 00:24:33.240
into it goes into think I've got I loved

00:24:33.240 --> 00:24:35.340
seeing guys throw of looser tempers I

00:24:35.340 --> 00:24:39.870
know I have to worry about people it's

00:24:39.870 --> 00:24:42.330
it's amazing you know I learned a lot

00:24:42.330 --> 00:24:44.370
last year playing the tiger the British

00:24:44.370 --> 00:24:46.650
Open you hear that I've got a really for

00:24:46.650 --> 00:24:48.090
break on Sunday and you know losing the

00:24:48.090 --> 00:24:48.990
British Open last year because of that

00:24:48.990 --> 00:24:51.420
break pretty much and watch it just to

00:24:51.420 --> 00:24:52.410
be in your logo next hole was

00:24:52.410 --> 00:24:53.070
unbelievable

00:24:53.070 --> 00:24:54.420
you thought he just made legal in the

00:24:54.420 --> 00:24:56.070
hole before not a triple the loss of

00:24:56.070 --> 00:24:58.230
tournament just how good his mind is how

00:24:58.230 --> 00:24:59.760
good he thinks how good it forgets about

00:24:59.760 --> 00:25:02.370
shots and moves on to the next one

00:25:02.370 --> 00:25:03.510
that's the biggest difference you know

00:25:03.510 --> 00:25:06.540
I've gone from fifties in the world top

00:25:06.540 --> 00:25:21.060
ten tree because the way I think and you

00:25:21.060 --> 00:25:35.970
got absolutely we talked about

00:25:35.970 --> 00:25:38.460
that's why brand I get along so well we

00:25:38.460 --> 00:25:39.900
have common interests you know and

00:25:39.900 --> 00:25:42.420
similar personalities that is important

00:25:42.420 --> 00:25:44.520
for a player caddy relationship

00:25:44.520 --> 00:25:46.860
or both sports junkies you know I tried

00:25:46.860 --> 00:25:48.630
to get them involved in my beloved Leafs

00:25:48.630 --> 00:25:52.080
and he's just not like he says every

00:25:52.080 --> 00:25:53.580
year you say they're gonna be good and I

00:25:53.580 --> 00:26:03.690
said no this is the year for a couple

00:26:03.690 --> 00:26:15.870
weeks you just texted said sorry how do

00:26:15.870 --> 00:26:18.290
you pick your schedule for the year

00:26:18.290 --> 00:26:21.270
schedule for the year it's a I've

00:26:21.270 --> 00:26:22.980
learned now this is my seventh year on

00:26:22.980 --> 00:26:25.740
to wear six drops or to go play places

00:26:25.740 --> 00:26:27.900
that set up well for me so I'm not a

00:26:27.900 --> 00:26:30.240
bomber you know I don't like luckily

00:26:30.240 --> 00:26:31.920
this year Angus Flint's of ashley

00:26:31.920 --> 00:26:33.570
preparatory subtle it's not a long golf

00:26:33.570 --> 00:26:36.470
course greens there are very small

00:26:36.470 --> 00:26:39.450
degree which I love so I try to play

00:26:39.450 --> 00:26:41.130
golf courses really set up well for some

00:26:41.130 --> 00:26:43.679
courses my typical golf course with

00:26:43.679 --> 00:26:45.090
traditional golf course it's not overly

00:26:45.090 --> 00:26:49.130
long greens are really firm and fast

00:26:51.620 --> 00:26:54.780
I play places like that because I know

00:26:54.780 --> 00:26:57.330
the course of the 20-year career I'm a

00:26:57.330 --> 00:26:58.710
winning place like Angus Glen urban

00:26:58.710 --> 00:27:02.460
sorry Glen Abbey way more than I want to

00:27:02.460 --> 00:27:05.100
play say Bay Hill free business where

00:27:05.100 --> 00:27:06.929
it's a big long off courses and stuff

00:27:06.929 --> 00:27:09.000
like that so try try to pick up my turn

00:27:09.000 --> 00:27:10.500
space once it's at well for me and

00:27:10.500 --> 00:27:12.300
that's what Tiger does so well you see

00:27:12.300 --> 00:27:13.950
Tiger wins the same tournaments every

00:27:13.950 --> 00:27:15.840
year he's won you know he wins at

00:27:15.840 --> 00:27:17.670
Bridgestone he wins at tour he wins a

00:27:17.670 --> 00:27:22.220
base he has an uncanny knack

00:27:27.800 --> 00:27:35.520
I'm not but Tigers you know Tiger sets

00:27:35.520 --> 00:27:38.640
up his game to to play those horses that

00:27:38.640 --> 00:27:40.980
he plays really well that's what he does

00:27:40.980 --> 00:27:43.320
I mean most of his wins are all on the

00:27:43.320 --> 00:27:47.820
same golf courses Peter Decker question

00:27:47.820 --> 00:27:49.559
for both of you guys just back on the

00:27:49.559 --> 00:27:52.170
hole pace of play theme what are your

00:27:52.170 --> 00:27:56.040
thoughts of starting to allow laser or

00:27:56.040 --> 00:28:05.790
other kind of yardage now I think it

00:28:05.790 --> 00:28:07.620
takes away any person into tradition of

00:28:07.620 --> 00:28:10.380
the game at this level I don't think it

00:28:10.380 --> 00:28:24.150
should be allowed I think happily gonna

00:28:24.150 --> 00:28:26.730
happen just because it just saved one

00:28:26.730 --> 00:28:28.890
time he's still gonna have to walk golf

00:28:28.890 --> 00:28:30.540
course he's still gonna have to do a

00:28:30.540 --> 00:28:32.760
bunch of stuff in those three times

00:28:32.760 --> 00:28:34.860
around not near sprinkler head it's

00:28:34.860 --> 00:28:36.960
taking your 10 minutes to go to find a

00:28:36.960 --> 00:28:40.020
fun we're headed or is just pointless

00:28:40.020 --> 00:28:41.730
we're gonna get the right yards gonna

00:28:41.730 --> 00:28:46.730
happen so why not help us out

00:28:47.160 --> 00:28:55.980
all right correct you hit a draw there

00:28:55.980 --> 00:28:59.490
cut it you cut it on 14 so yesterday I

00:28:59.490 --> 00:29:01.710
wouldn't I was trying to draw all day I

00:29:01.710 --> 00:29:03.890
wasn't so

00:29:03.890 --> 00:29:06.620
luckily I realized about all number 10

00:29:06.620 --> 00:29:10.490
we're trying to get throw so I got up on

00:29:10.490 --> 00:29:12.080
ya ad river pretty be on the back nine

00:29:12.080 --> 00:29:14.570
straight good tee shot but 14 14

00:29:14.570 --> 00:29:17.390
threaded all week as a drawing off ball

00:29:17.390 --> 00:29:19.210
I hate that whole really don't like it

00:29:19.210 --> 00:29:24.049
because you don't draw a triple and so I

00:29:24.049 --> 00:29:25.670
got through yesterday and no one worth

00:29:25.670 --> 00:29:27.740
what wind blowing into it's a really

00:29:27.740 --> 00:29:29.210
tough tee shot but luckily I've been hit

00:29:29.210 --> 00:29:39.040
on 17th fairway the second shot like

00:29:41.960 --> 00:29:46.840
[Laughter]

00:29:49.809 --> 00:29:52.760
this is a great example with LA pros

00:29:52.760 --> 00:29:55.520
approach where everyone this yeah where

00:29:55.520 --> 00:29:57.169
we want to put the ball you know because

00:29:57.169 --> 00:29:58.280
if you don't hit a perfect shot where's

00:29:58.280 --> 00:30:00.740
an easy up-and-down where you want to

00:30:00.740 --> 00:30:02.120
hit on the green trying to place ball

00:30:02.120 --> 00:30:04.460
what clubs me it could have been any one

00:30:04.460 --> 00:30:07.130
of two different clubs should we chose

00:30:07.130 --> 00:30:09.440
obviously chose with my club now took a

00:30:09.440 --> 00:30:10.610
while figure that out it'll be was

00:30:10.610 --> 00:30:11.960
Dustin is hard it's hard to figure out

00:30:11.960 --> 00:30:14.210
what the man was doing I don't want to

00:30:14.210 --> 00:30:15.890
look back get down with the tournament

00:30:15.890 --> 00:30:17.330
look back and I really rushed that shot

00:30:17.330 --> 00:30:20.090
the session people hold 17 I go get our

00:30:20.090 --> 00:30:23.510
awesome so many Eagles 18 different

00:30:23.510 --> 00:30:24.370
different ball game

00:30:24.370 --> 00:30:28.160
that's why Scott bunker Brandt what are

00:30:28.160 --> 00:30:29.690
some of the differences between a good

00:30:29.690 --> 00:30:39.740
caddie and a great caddie difference no

00:30:39.740 --> 00:30:40.340
one shut up

00:30:40.340 --> 00:30:45.380
[Laughter]

00:30:46.179 --> 00:30:48.230
I'm being seriously the difference is no

00:30:48.230 --> 00:30:49.370
one going to say something that one was

00:30:49.370 --> 00:30:50.840
would not see that's the hardest thing

00:30:50.840 --> 00:30:52.520
is knowing the foyer know hey I really

00:30:52.520 --> 00:30:54.740
need to calm down here but you could get

00:30:54.740 --> 00:30:55.940
in there to say something else we let me

00:30:55.940 --> 00:30:58.370
go it's hard to do sometimes when he

00:30:58.370 --> 00:31:00.200
says something that just drives me crazy

00:31:00.200 --> 00:31:02.420
like I know I know what I need to do I

00:31:02.420 --> 00:31:05.420
don't need you to tell me but it's good

00:31:05.420 --> 00:31:09.530
to hear it's tough it's tough to read a

00:31:09.530 --> 00:31:12.290
player I wish I could say often easy got

00:31:12.290 --> 00:31:14.090
work for but I'm not I mean I wear him

00:31:14.090 --> 00:31:16.070
out I'm a hard guy to work for because I

00:31:16.070 --> 00:31:20.809
expecting the perfect I feel like Kim

00:31:20.809 --> 00:31:21.799
being a caddy he's kind of a thankless

00:31:21.799 --> 00:31:22.400
job

00:31:22.400 --> 00:31:25.460
ya never get any credit it's always my I

00:31:25.460 --> 00:31:27.080
know I want this risk I have to do it

00:31:27.080 --> 00:31:33.080
you come here you know Lane it's a

00:31:33.080 --> 00:31:35.000
really tough job at half and those guys

00:31:35.000 --> 00:31:37.070
are very underrated because it does make

00:31:37.070 --> 00:31:39.650
a huge difference I say good can save

00:31:39.650 --> 00:31:42.950
you you know two or three shots a week

00:31:42.950 --> 00:31:46.490
easily the best just having somebody

00:31:46.490 --> 00:31:49.570
know him wouldn't say

00:31:50.650 --> 00:31:52.720
I see guys rookies on tool right now

00:31:52.720 --> 00:32:00.870
back daddy just cost Rick Baxter

00:32:05.570 --> 00:32:08.179
I always give up wind direction that's

00:32:08.179 --> 00:32:10.249
the last thing I say to him I don't give

00:32:10.249 --> 00:32:12.649
him any swing color like that I usually

00:32:12.649 --> 00:32:14.629
just tell them when direction and you

00:32:14.629 --> 00:32:17.809
know or you know for worried about a

00:32:17.809 --> 00:32:21.139
shot or commenting on I always just give

00:32:21.139 --> 00:32:22.580
him a positive reinforcement you know

00:32:22.580 --> 00:32:24.559
making sure he knows that it's the

00:32:24.559 --> 00:32:27.499
perfect flow whether it's not least I'm

00:32:27.499 --> 00:32:29.600
giving him you know sometimes I'm wrong

00:32:29.600 --> 00:32:31.190
and sometimes it's not the perfect

00:32:31.190 --> 00:32:33.649
thought and I think it is but the last

00:32:33.649 --> 00:32:34.909
thing he wants to hear before he's

00:32:34.909 --> 00:32:36.320
hitting this shot is you know a little

00:32:36.320 --> 00:32:50.239
bit of indecision for me he does a great

00:32:50.239 --> 00:32:56.450
job making sure the last thing it shows

00:32:56.450 --> 00:33:00.759
up Michael

00:33:06.029 --> 00:33:09.549
yeah this is something Jack Nicklaus did

00:33:09.549 --> 00:33:12.010
this his whole career it's a great way

00:33:12.010 --> 00:33:14.559
to kind of work on work on rhythm you

00:33:14.559 --> 00:33:16.570
got to think about this if it's drivers

00:33:16.570 --> 00:33:17.260
on the ground

00:33:17.260 --> 00:33:19.299
I haven't gonna have to change my grip

00:33:19.299 --> 00:33:20.559
pressure and arm pressure get the thing

00:33:20.559 --> 00:33:23.980
up because you're not holding hands the

00:33:23.980 --> 00:33:25.240
grounds holding weight when you think

00:33:25.240 --> 00:33:27.340
back I might have to tense up my arms my

00:33:27.340 --> 00:33:28.210
hands take it back

00:33:28.210 --> 00:33:30.370
by hovering it the grip pressure never

00:33:30.370 --> 00:33:32.049
changes progression of changes your

00:33:32.049 --> 00:33:34.090
attention level never changes so it's a

00:33:34.090 --> 00:33:35.350
great way to kind of feel Club go back

00:33:35.350 --> 00:33:37.690
you have also got to realize being on T

00:33:37.690 --> 00:33:39.340
and kind of watch your swing to be a

00:33:39.340 --> 00:33:41.860
little bit flatter yeah so if I've got

00:33:41.860 --> 00:33:43.179
this I can pick it up into the old

00:33:43.179 --> 00:33:45.700
steeper I hover in it just kind of take

00:33:45.700 --> 00:33:48.730
a smoother lower transition away it's a

00:33:48.730 --> 00:33:50.169
good tip and I picked up tell me a

00:33:50.169 --> 00:33:53.169
little bit over here and a lot of guys

00:33:53.169 --> 00:33:59.940
do do that Chris body

00:34:01.260 --> 00:34:11.800
yes no my whole thought process is I do

00:34:11.800 --> 00:34:13.330
everything I possibly can hit that one

00:34:13.330 --> 00:34:15.970
shot good men did that shots over I can

00:34:15.970 --> 00:34:17.890
do nothing else about I'll walk away

00:34:17.890 --> 00:34:19.360
from the truck thank you did everything

00:34:19.360 --> 00:34:20.830
in the war I possibly could hit that

00:34:20.830 --> 00:34:23.380
shot well I'm still hitting at this it's

00:34:23.380 --> 00:34:23.800
gonna happen

00:34:23.800 --> 00:34:26.890
50% of time so for me to get the next

00:34:26.890 --> 00:34:29.370
shot well do the process again

00:34:29.370 --> 00:34:31.750
except I mean if you walk away from

00:34:31.750 --> 00:34:33.370
every shot saying did everything in the

00:34:33.370 --> 00:34:34.600
world I possibly could hit that shot

00:34:34.600 --> 00:34:35.710
where I should pull it off

00:34:35.710 --> 00:34:37.300
you should feel okay about it cuz you're

00:34:37.300 --> 00:34:38.679
gonna hit bad shots there's no way

00:34:38.679 --> 00:34:40.990
around it we're seeing me I just snap

00:34:40.990 --> 00:34:43.840
hook to drive three dresser hey I'm

00:34:43.840 --> 00:34:47.919
gonna hit that shot so she'd be willing

00:34:47.919 --> 00:34:50.710
to accept that move on people do the

00:34:50.710 --> 00:34:51.669
quickness with people that are the best

00:34:51.669 --> 00:34:55.660
yeah it's bleep lame water in a duck's

00:34:55.660 --> 00:34:58.780
back rolls right off no concern

00:34:58.780 --> 00:35:00.450
whatsoever next shots gonna be great

00:35:00.450 --> 00:35:05.080
gonna have faith I believe she ran away

00:35:05.080 --> 00:35:07.780
I tell myself when people ask her the

00:35:07.780 --> 00:35:09.610
difference between be winning with the

00:35:09.610 --> 00:35:12.880
lead last company going so that one of

00:35:12.880 --> 00:35:14.740
course just you know pretty free time

00:35:14.740 --> 00:35:17.380
for that hidden got chipped there's now

00:35:17.380 --> 00:35:18.490
I believe my faith

00:35:18.490 --> 00:35:21.160
just keep that myself all day I'm gonna

00:35:21.160 --> 00:35:22.030
find a way to win

00:35:22.030 --> 00:35:27.300
I don't know how pretty I don't care

00:35:28.500 --> 00:35:31.510
leave that get a full sense of calmness

00:35:31.510 --> 00:35:36.250
full sense of belief and yeah I learned

00:35:36.250 --> 00:35:38.770
that from horn farmer culture the best

00:35:38.770 --> 00:35:39.880
things I've ever done in my career going

00:35:39.880 --> 00:35:41.770
down spend a day with Arnold well three

00:35:41.770 --> 00:35:45.850
years ago four years ago such a gracious

00:35:45.850 --> 00:35:47.470
guy called him up and said yeah come on

00:35:47.470 --> 00:35:48.070
down

00:35:48.070 --> 00:35:50.200
it's been a couple hours together so

00:35:50.200 --> 00:35:52.079
going down set this office and ask

00:35:52.079 --> 00:35:54.390
well how people pressures one of the

00:35:54.390 --> 00:35:57.259
best pressure players of all time

00:35:57.650 --> 00:36:00.150
especially somebody was aggressive he's

00:36:00.150 --> 00:36:02.849
known for he said there told me I never

00:36:02.849 --> 00:36:07.140
get one shot but I didn't think I hit

00:36:07.140 --> 00:36:08.160
some awful shots

00:36:08.160 --> 00:36:10.439
it looks really bad shot from the front

00:36:10.439 --> 00:36:12.420
line but every shot I hit I thought I

00:36:12.420 --> 00:36:16.890
was gonna knock it out so that's kind of

00:36:16.890 --> 00:36:52.019
- you gotta have real joy in doing it it

00:36:52.019 --> 00:36:54.839
kind of snowballed and I met I met

00:36:54.839 --> 00:36:56.489
another guy and worked for him on the

00:36:56.489 --> 00:36:58.739
nationwide tour and spent a couple years

00:36:58.739 --> 00:37:02.910
out there and I ended up doing a few

00:37:02.910 --> 00:37:04.619
events overseas in Australia and New

00:37:04.619 --> 00:37:06.569
Zealand for Brandt because a gentleman I

00:37:06.569 --> 00:37:09.569
was working for it wasn't in and that

00:37:09.569 --> 00:37:10.799
was at the beginning of the year I guess

00:37:10.799 --> 00:37:16.140
it was seven years ago now and where was

00:37:16.140 --> 00:37:23.910
that yesterday but I worked a couple

00:37:23.910 --> 00:37:26.489
eventual Brandon came back to start our

00:37:26.489 --> 00:37:28.769
season a nationwide tour and we hooked

00:37:28.769 --> 00:37:30.420
up in the middle of summer our

00:37:30.420 --> 00:37:32.009
personalities would get along very well

00:37:32.009 --> 00:37:33.890
and

00:37:33.890 --> 00:37:37.490
like the rest is history really we have

00:37:37.490 --> 00:37:39.440
some pretty good runs here in the last

00:37:39.440 --> 00:37:44.380
seven years it's been enjoyable very

00:37:48.100 --> 00:37:54.110
dream recent better a lot all Palmer

00:37:54.110 --> 00:37:57.280
would have to be in there just because I

00:37:57.280 --> 00:37:59.210
would get the game what a great

00:37:59.210 --> 00:38:02.750
ambassador is we game golf free humbly

00:38:02.750 --> 00:38:07.360
well I think my third with me my dad

00:38:07.480 --> 00:38:11.590
anything reason why I'm here right now

00:38:11.590 --> 00:38:15.140
let me gave me the Avenue because this

00:38:15.140 --> 00:38:16.370
is great for all your parents out there

00:38:16.370 --> 00:38:19.400
that have kids that wanna play golf but

00:38:19.400 --> 00:38:21.680
I've never pushed me to play you just

00:38:21.680 --> 00:38:24.230
gave me the opportunity we go play

00:38:24.230 --> 00:38:27.110
together he take me finally getting off

00:38:27.110 --> 00:38:31.430
course you do whatever so I wouldn't

00:38:31.430 --> 00:38:33.860
locks me he made it available to me this

00:38:33.860 --> 00:38:35.780
is my summer campers don't golf course

00:38:35.780 --> 00:38:38.150
every day practicing I'm sure you'll

00:38:38.150 --> 00:38:40.010
have kids or something through they the

00:38:40.010 --> 00:38:42.470
same way that's the best thing you ever

00:38:42.470 --> 00:38:45.050
did was give the opportunity to go play

00:38:45.050 --> 00:38:48.320
and everdene complacent never his

00:38:48.320 --> 00:38:49.490
biggest thing for me growing up was

00:38:49.490 --> 00:38:52.400
never to quit quit on golf or should

00:38:52.400 --> 00:38:56.230
give up you wouldn't let me go next step

00:38:56.230 --> 00:38:59.930
so maybe realize how to fight

00:38:59.930 --> 00:39:03.230
you can't you know see so many guys on

00:39:03.230 --> 00:39:05.000
truth don't have that that's a huge wall

00:39:05.000 --> 00:39:11.810
you have yeah just following on it your

00:39:11.810 --> 00:39:14.150
earlier talk about your next shot is

00:39:14.150 --> 00:39:16.610
going to your best one occasionally some

00:39:16.610 --> 00:39:18.410
of us get into all of a sudden three or

00:39:18.410 --> 00:39:22.150
four shots in a row start to go bad

00:39:22.370 --> 00:39:24.350
okay the next shot me and the best one

00:39:24.350 --> 00:39:34.610
isn't going to work for me it's gonna

00:39:34.610 --> 00:39:36.970
keep producing poor results yeah

00:39:36.970 --> 00:39:39.140
I've got a friend on tour right now he's

00:39:39.140 --> 00:39:42.410
showing keep his car 21:18 on money list

00:39:42.410 --> 00:39:44.030
right now he's gonna have to make one

00:39:44.030 --> 00:39:45.380
last two cuts it's a very tough position

00:39:45.380 --> 00:39:48.170
to be yet and he's missed his plays last

00:39:48.170 --> 00:39:50.630
six cuts on the road and he's waiting

00:39:50.630 --> 00:39:54.290
for something that we all see all y'all

00:39:54.290 --> 00:39:55.370
shaking her head you're waiting for that

00:39:55.370 --> 00:39:56.860
first bad thing to happen aren't you

00:39:56.860 --> 00:40:00.170
that's what's gonna happen but if you

00:40:00.170 --> 00:40:01.220
wait for something good to happen

00:40:01.220 --> 00:40:03.590
it's amazing what happens every once in

00:40:03.590 --> 00:40:04.990
a while you get that good break at you

00:40:04.990 --> 00:40:07.970
over the weekend it's all bleep wait for

00:40:07.970 --> 00:40:09.200
some good to have one wait for some bad

00:40:09.200 --> 00:40:13.070
apple lips of a good app Thank You honor

00:40:13.070 --> 00:40:18.890
[Laughter]

00:40:19.510 --> 00:40:21.890
funny we Friday

00:40:21.890 --> 00:40:24.050
Brent that's a really bad brakes on that

00:40:24.050 --> 00:40:25.850
he played really good on Friday the

00:40:25.850 --> 00:40:28.490
second round and had some really bad

00:40:28.490 --> 00:40:30.440
grace on the on a couple of par fives

00:40:30.440 --> 00:40:31.880
where they were literally four shots

00:40:31.880 --> 00:40:35.030
difference and you know and he his

00:40:35.030 --> 00:40:37.010
credit he did an unbelievable job a

00:40:37.010 --> 00:40:46.250
birdie he won't tell us but he did an

00:40:46.250 --> 00:40:48.140
unbelievable job you know he had got

00:40:48.140 --> 00:40:50.000
some bad breaks and it was it was huge

00:40:50.000 --> 00:40:51.380
he would have been you know nine or ten

00:40:51.380 --> 00:40:55.790
under easily and right think of you know

00:40:55.790 --> 00:40:56.990
you just kind of keep going because

00:40:56.990 --> 00:40:58.160
you're gonna get your goods right and

00:40:58.160 --> 00:40:59.300
you know we arrived at the course on

00:40:59.300 --> 00:41:01.160
Saturday and you know we always have we

00:41:01.160 --> 00:41:03.230
birdie you know four of our first six

00:41:03.230 --> 00:41:05.270
holes and then under mayhem pulls out

00:41:05.270 --> 00:41:06.380
and all of a sudden now we're right back

00:41:06.380 --> 00:41:08.840
in the tournament I mean that was an

00:41:08.840 --> 00:41:11.270
obviously extreme example of gifts you

00:41:11.270 --> 00:41:13.010
know fortuitous break but you just gotta

00:41:13.010 --> 00:41:14.300
keep plugging away and plodding along

00:41:14.300 --> 00:41:16.190
because you know you're gonna get some

00:41:16.190 --> 00:41:19.160
good enough going Jake did you have a

00:41:19.160 --> 00:41:21.460
question

00:41:22.819 --> 00:41:26.640
three Norfolk okay I'll tell you what it

00:41:26.640 --> 00:41:29.130
used to be what it is now when I was

00:41:29.130 --> 00:41:30.990
first on to work in Nationwide true that

00:41:30.990 --> 00:41:33.559
guy stuff every day all day long

00:41:33.559 --> 00:41:39.690
now and it was good impact it's good

00:41:39.690 --> 00:41:40.950
because I got a lot of reps in and

00:41:40.950 --> 00:41:42.510
really worked on a really great for a

00:41:42.510 --> 00:41:44.700
short game alleged a bad you can protect

00:41:44.700 --> 00:41:46.950
myself of the bad habits it's got enough

00:41:46.950 --> 00:41:56.280
time on the range so big now because I

00:41:56.280 --> 00:41:59.099
have injury problems at to dip surgeries

00:41:59.099 --> 00:42:01.290
I've had real problems I've got all kind

00:42:01.290 --> 00:42:04.980
of stuff kind of I have to be very smart

00:42:04.980 --> 00:42:08.490
about how I practice so I'm very very

00:42:08.490 --> 00:42:11.160
light on the practice now I'll make my

00:42:11.160 --> 00:42:12.740
practice count so if I go out there for

00:42:12.740 --> 00:42:16.800
typical off week you know I might take

00:42:16.800 --> 00:42:18.599
if I'm coming off a stretch wrap later

00:42:18.599 --> 00:42:19.980
might take Monday Tuesday can put me off

00:42:19.980 --> 00:42:22.710
a even Wednesday and just if I the

00:42:22.710 --> 00:42:25.980
family be home get arrested and you know

00:42:25.980 --> 00:42:28.859
on Thursday and just do a couple hours

00:42:28.859 --> 00:42:30.869
here they're finally here you see the

00:42:30.869 --> 00:42:32.010
biggest thing pros are really good at is

00:42:32.010 --> 00:42:33.450
behind the ears we're not playing will

00:42:33.450 --> 00:42:35.720
out that's what we practice most people

00:42:35.720 --> 00:42:38.040
if you're a really good ball striker a

00:42:38.040 --> 00:42:40.440
guaranteed come here first you don't

00:42:40.440 --> 00:42:41.849
feel good about yourself so you come

00:42:41.849 --> 00:42:45.359
here get balls a pros I'm sure the ball

00:42:45.359 --> 00:42:47.040
shortened I come here I'm sure that my

00:42:47.040 --> 00:42:49.530
budding I go there we find the areas

00:42:49.530 --> 00:42:51.079
that we're bad at and we go work on that

00:42:51.079 --> 00:42:53.490
because you're good if you're good at

00:42:53.490 --> 00:42:56.339
something it's gonna show up and you

00:42:56.339 --> 00:42:59.420
really work on the weaknesses

00:43:01.940 --> 00:43:04.640
I'd like to change hats why not change

00:43:04.640 --> 00:43:08.780
the hats well to two reasons one sort of

00:43:08.780 --> 00:43:13.180
get somewhere that's a little business

00:43:13.180 --> 00:43:15.530
second reason was I got changed it up

00:43:15.530 --> 00:43:17.480
and I didn't give me breaks later feel

00:43:17.480 --> 00:43:18.920
like something I'll try hat

00:43:18.920 --> 00:43:21.140
now we're hats whole town owned by

00:43:21.140 --> 00:43:23.960
jalebi come come my stick I associated I

00:43:23.960 --> 00:43:25.730
gotta start changing up at some point so

00:43:25.730 --> 00:43:28.280
I thought I'd change up this week and

00:43:28.280 --> 00:43:36.560
now that I want anybody else from the

00:43:36.560 --> 00:43:41.570
crowd yes

00:43:41.570 --> 00:43:43.490
superstitious pros are very

00:43:43.490 --> 00:43:46.310
superstitious I'm a little superstitious

00:43:46.310 --> 00:43:51.380
not horrible a little bit um if I I

00:43:51.380 --> 00:43:52.130
won't

00:43:52.130 --> 00:43:53.690
typically I won't change a ball until I

00:43:53.690 --> 00:43:56.090
make a bogey with so I the same ball all

00:43:56.090 --> 00:44:03.170
around on Saturday I feel like the ball

00:44:03.170 --> 00:44:04.640
officer is pretty raggedy that time we

00:44:04.640 --> 00:44:20.000
got done try always some pros are

00:44:20.000 --> 00:44:21.290
extremely superstitious supporters

00:44:21.290 --> 00:44:22.790
aren't I kind of got the point now I

00:44:22.790 --> 00:44:25.370
realized is quite a good thing because I

00:44:25.370 --> 00:44:27.710
shook the course one day and don't say

00:44:27.710 --> 00:44:29.660
it I don't have a core from 60s I really

00:44:29.660 --> 00:44:31.970
don't let that ruin my day I really be

00:44:31.970 --> 00:44:33.280
out there worried about that all day

00:44:33.280 --> 00:44:35.560
let's happen a couple times so I've

00:44:35.560 --> 00:44:38.910
gotta learn to get over it a little bit

00:44:42.000 --> 00:44:54.310
yes what's in the bag

00:44:54.310 --> 00:44:55.990
what's in the bag okay so he's got too

00:44:55.990 --> 00:45:04.630
many clubs here I big believer in full

00:45:04.630 --> 00:45:10.660
business okay so majority of my where

00:45:10.660 --> 00:45:13.349
any birdies 12150 M

00:45:13.349 --> 00:45:18.310
so I carry four wedges i Gary 47 51 55

00:45:18.310 --> 00:45:23.890
and 60 that takes me from 95 that's kind

00:45:23.890 --> 00:45:25.690
of my scoring areas where I think I call

00:45:25.690 --> 00:45:27.220
it making my money yeah that's where I

00:45:27.220 --> 00:45:28.390
get up and down for I saved in those

00:45:28.390 --> 00:45:30.840
shots so to do that

00:45:30.840 --> 00:45:40.810
this is where I'm a firm believer not

00:45:40.810 --> 00:45:44.099
changing start changing putters a lot

00:45:44.099 --> 00:45:46.270
you're throwing you're adding variables

00:45:46.270 --> 00:45:50.589
in the wideness plus so why would you do

00:45:50.589 --> 00:45:53.680
that if you're missing plus I got the

00:45:53.680 --> 00:45:57.099
puck except you so practice with what

00:45:57.099 --> 00:45:58.829
you got learn how to use it

00:45:58.829 --> 00:46:00.929
I don't carry three hours so if you

00:46:00.929 --> 00:46:02.339
carry forward I think something else out

00:46:02.339 --> 00:46:04.739
somewhere else so I carry a 4-iron I go

00:46:04.739 --> 00:46:07.049
to a hybrid everybody should have hi

00:46:07.049 --> 00:46:07.819
guys

00:46:07.819 --> 00:46:09.839
those two are players don't have three

00:46:09.839 --> 00:46:12.299
hours max yeah three that you don't play

00:46:12.299 --> 00:46:16.339
for living what are you doing get high

00:46:16.339 --> 00:46:20.699
it's way easier to hit makes us look a

00:46:20.699 --> 00:46:23.670
lot better we really are and very very

00:46:23.670 --> 00:46:25.619
very very good so I carry up born

00:46:25.619 --> 00:46:29.130
through four one goes about 215 hybrid

00:46:29.130 --> 00:46:32.789
goes 225 230 got three would carry them

00:46:32.789 --> 00:46:36.329
out to four five to fifty driver I'm

00:46:36.329 --> 00:46:37.529
experimenting with a new driver right

00:46:37.529 --> 00:46:39.569
now so got to the near good actually

00:46:39.569 --> 00:46:41.279
switch drivers on Sunday with a cold one

00:46:41.279 --> 00:46:45.299
this was a little crooked little longer

00:46:45.299 --> 00:46:47.969
with full crooked I thought it was a

00:46:47.969 --> 00:46:48.359
driver

00:46:48.359 --> 00:46:50.640
I still miss appearance it's a whole one

00:46:50.640 --> 00:46:56.660
to you I've literally had this setup for

00:46:56.660 --> 00:46:59.789
two and a half years hybrids been in

00:46:59.789 --> 00:47:01.619
recently free was been for a year and a

00:47:01.619 --> 00:47:02.099
half

00:47:02.099 --> 00:47:05.400
drivers been in for two years I just

00:47:05.400 --> 00:47:07.979
don't change very often so I only change

00:47:07.979 --> 00:47:10.600
if she definitely better

00:47:10.600 --> 00:47:12.950
don't change if it's not broken right

00:47:12.950 --> 00:47:15.890
all right your basic swing has it been

00:47:15.890 --> 00:47:17.990
the same since you were no the swings

00:47:17.990 --> 00:47:20.930
change the time I've got a great teacher

00:47:20.930 --> 00:47:23.030
if I got a toddy Merson see how George's

00:47:23.030 --> 00:47:26.510
work at least it's 2006 those but he's a

00:47:26.510 --> 00:47:28.280
big part of my team so he's helped me a

00:47:28.280 --> 00:47:28.760
lot

00:47:28.760 --> 00:47:30.500
if I showed you video of my first ring

00:47:30.500 --> 00:47:33.470
went soft and I wasn't shocked pretty

00:47:33.470 --> 00:47:36.670
good he's helped me cover fine what I do

00:47:36.670 --> 00:47:40.280
understand what I do now it's kind of

00:47:40.280 --> 00:47:41.900
weird at mating stage we still work a

00:47:41.900 --> 00:47:54.920
little stuffy in there but this is kind

00:47:54.920 --> 00:47:56.390
of way of sleep I'm just trying to

00:47:56.390 --> 00:47:58.600
refine

00:48:03.380 --> 00:48:06.890
I was 12 weeks but I wasn't read up for

00:48:06.890 --> 00:48:09.710
seven hours back so I didn't mess around

00:48:09.710 --> 00:48:11.600
with it the biggest thing getting over

00:48:11.600 --> 00:48:13.880
hip hip surgeries to rehab because it's

00:48:13.880 --> 00:48:16.010
really painful and stinks and it's no

00:48:16.010 --> 00:48:22.520
fun it's tedious it works at both hips

00:48:22.520 --> 00:48:27.350
scoped reshape reshape that kind of

00:48:27.350 --> 00:48:31.390
stuff it's they're a lot better now

00:48:31.390 --> 00:48:33.890
twelve weeks to get back to play again

00:48:33.890 --> 00:48:37.660
probably more like 16 weeks I felt

00:48:42.510 --> 00:48:44.130
practice round what I look for in the

00:48:44.130 --> 00:48:46.650
golf course and looking biggest a

00:48:46.650 --> 00:48:48.810
fraction we're going to find out is I'm

00:48:48.810 --> 00:48:49.980
out there trying to get used to the

00:48:49.980 --> 00:48:51.120
rough around the greens

00:48:51.120 --> 00:48:52.500
how the ball can check them out of it

00:48:52.500 --> 00:48:55.140
comes out fast comes out dead that kind

00:48:55.140 --> 00:48:58.470
of stuff weird yeah identify there's

00:48:58.470 --> 00:49:00.330
gonna be three or four holes on the golf

00:49:00.330 --> 00:49:04.500
course we're gonna be top holes what I

00:49:04.500 --> 00:49:06.810
call pit bull holes so you need a clear

00:49:06.810 --> 00:49:08.730
game plan what you're gonna do you got

00:49:08.730 --> 00:49:10.890
to realize it these Dibble holes aren't

00:49:10.890 --> 00:49:12.380
just far from you the hard for everybody

00:49:12.380 --> 00:49:14.880
so you have a game plan what you want to

00:49:14.880 --> 00:49:17.070
do on those four holes say hey I feel

00:49:17.070 --> 00:49:19.050
terrible off this team I could teach up

00:49:19.050 --> 00:49:20.490
should get the fairway here money will

00:49:20.490 --> 00:49:25.020
quarterback I know this is after being a

00:49:25.020 --> 00:49:27.090
peripheral if I figure out course of

00:49:27.090 --> 00:49:28.770
four days it's not place at the 14 for

00:49:28.770 --> 00:49:30.980
example in a bikini

00:49:30.980 --> 00:49:33.690
so of course afford a triplex low to a

00:49:33.690 --> 00:49:36.300
bar I'm not gonna lose that much the

00:49:36.300 --> 00:49:38.550
field I know it sounds crazy to say that

00:49:38.550 --> 00:49:40.620
but I realize that's what he's a very

00:49:40.620 --> 00:49:42.090
tough mole people are getting water off

00:49:42.090 --> 00:49:44.520
to me I don't like it so gives me some

00:49:44.520 --> 00:49:45.660
release saying you know what's okay if I

00:49:45.660 --> 00:49:47.820
build you Monday so I find those bolts

00:49:47.820 --> 00:49:49.230
of golf courses but I'm really tough

00:49:49.230 --> 00:49:51.960
come a good game playing on give myself

00:49:51.960 --> 00:49:54.630
a realistic goal of doing that and then

00:49:54.630 --> 00:49:57.270
try to execute so that's a big thing of

00:49:57.270 --> 00:49:58.650
infection and the other things greens

00:49:58.650 --> 00:50:00.840
give you some greens making sure I know

00:50:00.840 --> 00:50:04.540
how the putter breaking speed

00:50:04.540 --> 00:50:07.420
hey Brent I'm sorry just the timing is a

00:50:07.420 --> 00:50:09.130
little tough work before us today I know

00:50:09.130 --> 00:50:11.350
Brent and Scott both have to have to hit

00:50:11.350 --> 00:50:13.210
the road time for one more question so I

00:50:13.210 --> 00:50:15.040
don't have here just a quick tip on

00:50:15.040 --> 00:50:19.810
weight transfer weight transfer I I

00:50:19.810 --> 00:50:24.730
equate throwing baseball if you're gonna

00:50:24.730 --> 00:50:37.600
do anything golf I think I feel like a

00:50:37.600 --> 00:50:39.280
dress I'm pretty much 50/50 maybe a

00:50:39.280 --> 00:50:40.750
little bit more my right side like

00:50:40.750 --> 00:50:45.130
anything and I take it back it's 90

00:50:45.130 --> 00:50:46.810
percent of my weight 95 percent wasting

00:50:46.810 --> 00:50:48.730
my right all right all right all right

00:50:48.730 --> 00:50:50.590
quad that's where all my weights going

00:50:50.590 --> 00:50:54.460
to and as I transfer down everything is

00:50:54.460 --> 00:50:57.190
kind of moving that way to my left side

00:50:57.190 --> 00:50:59.320
so an easy way to look at it is look

00:50:59.320 --> 00:51:01.120
we're divots are you look where your

00:51:01.120 --> 00:51:02.620
divots ours probably the weight is so if

00:51:02.620 --> 00:51:04.390
you're taking divots Way back here all

00:51:04.390 --> 00:51:05.980
your weights at the back foot it's like

00:51:05.980 --> 00:51:07.390
you're catching balls heavy a lot or

00:51:07.390 --> 00:51:09.670
coming in all your big nips back there

00:51:09.670 --> 00:51:13.090
is weights going to your swing is going

00:51:13.090 --> 00:51:15.550
to bottom how we weight is so look where

00:51:15.550 --> 00:51:17.020
your divots are trying to try to time

00:51:17.020 --> 00:51:20.830
that where the ball is that's what I

00:51:20.830 --> 00:51:23.320
feel like as I go back there's this a

00:51:23.320 --> 00:51:25.090
great drill called step drill I do this

00:51:25.090 --> 00:51:27.310
didn't everyone so long she like the

00:51:27.310 --> 00:51:31.000
kind of ultra step that way so as I go

00:51:31.000 --> 00:51:32.500
back my left foot comes back make sure

00:51:32.500 --> 00:51:35.140
the rights fully loaded and then as I go

00:51:35.140 --> 00:51:37.750
down I step I left I'm standing all the

00:51:37.750 --> 00:51:40.440
way with it

00:51:42.909 --> 00:51:44.839
so it's a good way of getting the

00:51:44.839 --> 00:51:46.609
feeling that weight moving back feels

00:51:46.609 --> 00:51:48.799
like you're slam it's a good general

00:51:48.799 --> 00:51:52.880
idea of how your weight thank you very

00:51:52.880 --> 00:52:19.209
much I didn't sleep a lot last night I

00:52:19.209 --> 00:52:21.669
think many of us here feel the same way

00:52:21.669 --> 00:52:24.109
the members that have come out to see

00:52:24.109 --> 00:52:25.519
this today thank you very much for

00:52:25.519 --> 00:52:27.769
coming out supporting that's that's

00:52:27.769 --> 00:52:28.249
great

00:52:28.249 --> 00:52:29.689
as we had mentioned that an email

00:52:29.689 --> 00:52:31.219
circulation we're going to try to give

00:52:31.219 --> 00:52:32.659
these two guys the day out there on the

00:52:32.659 --> 00:52:34.699
golf course on their own I'm trying to

00:52:34.699 --> 00:52:36.319
enjoy a day on a golf course without a

00:52:36.319 --> 00:52:38.869
big crowd around probably be nice for

00:52:38.869 --> 00:52:40.459
the participants that are playing in the

00:52:40.459 --> 00:52:42.439
event we are gonna get a shot we're

00:52:42.439 --> 00:52:43.909
hoping to get golf started within about

00:52:43.909 --> 00:52:45.619
15 to 20 minutes but we want to get a

00:52:45.619 --> 00:52:47.630
picture with each group we're just gonna

00:52:47.630 --> 00:52:49.669
meander down to the 16 here get a

00:52:49.669 --> 00:52:51.259
picture of every group then they'll

00:52:51.259 --> 00:52:52.729
start to head out onto the golf course

00:52:52.729 --> 00:52:54.859
well hopefully get started just prior to

00:52:54.859 --> 00:52:56.209
nine o'clock we'll be hitting the ball

00:52:56.209 --> 00:52:58.429
and about three and a half hours so we

00:52:58.429 --> 00:53:00.600
drew back in for some lunch

00:53:00.600 --> 00:53:10.429
[Applause]

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