We're going to play a little quick 9 holes. You're going to teach me how you think. This is quite scary for me. I'm feeling a little wobbly. What are we looking at? The rim.
The rim. Back 9 of the rim. This is number 10. It's a hole I live on.
So awesome, huh?
Pretty good view here. Second shot's uphill. Pretty generous fairway I'd say off the tee here. I'm just going at the-- I want to split the farthest right tree.
You can carry that water no problem?
Yeah, it's-- for a left pin you don't want to be too far left, but you can still get over it. I'm just going at that right tree. That's my target.
[? Planted ?] 10 of.
It's 10 of 132.
That's gotta go the other way.
Be all right.
That shot always seems to play a lot longer. You can see how a lot of members don't get there in 2, because it's really uphill. They're hitting 3 wood in there, so-- I'm thinking it's a little outside the left there. Not too much.
Played too much break.
I mean, we talked about it today. Right? If you've got your putter face, you know, square at impact. You got your-- Jackie Burke says you've got you're-- you're hitting it in the center of the clubface. And then the club's coming back on the inside. Can't do any better, can you?
No. I just played it too far left. But it was solid. I don't mind hitting solid putts that go past the hole that were on the high side the whole time.