Started at 50 yards-- let's go 50 yards and see where you're at. Oh, that's pretty good. 68 yards, 9,800-- that was ripping.
That was a ripper.
So I hit that one 68. That wasn't too good for my [INAUDIBLE]. I just flew it over the back.
You flew it over the back, but it was spinning.
I didn't know you were going to tell me how far. I thought I was going to say that was about 50.
That's pretty good.
So that was spinning.
That one's ripping.
So I do mine a little different. I know you-- so when I set up to my-- because I play a more of an open shot and more of a fade, mine's always going to be ripping on a wedge with the fade?
You should be. You'd be surprised, though. You can get those hooks ripping too.
Yeah. There's my 50. What did that say?
54, 6,600-- you didn't get that one as goo.
I got the distance right.
54 carry-- still over.
Oh, that was still a little bit over? So you're really getting it down into the--
There we go.
That went 58.
That went over the back too.
70. 70 and 92, and your land angle came down about seven degrees.
[INAUDIBLE]. OK, what does that mean?
That means it was coming in flatter.
But it was ripping more.
But you're still going long.
I would never play that shot, just between me and you.
OK, here we go. There's 50.
That could be 50-- 61.
That was ripping, though. It was 8,000.
So that was coming back. Those are ripping.