Your horizon is so still. I mean, you have one of the stillest heads.
I've worked really hard on that. When I get off, I get down.
I get down, and then I'm having to, like I said, I have to catch it this way.
And that's why, for me, getting that club in here, gives me a place to go up through impact.
Is that hard to do, because we talk about the drop a lot. You've got to be a little courageous if you don't know what--
It is, and it takes a lot of experimenting to get that just right. But for me, personally, I want to get this ball up, right? You can't hit it that way. You cannot hit it that way. You've got to hit this ball down and around. For me, I have to have power coming this way, not down to it.
Not down and back.
Up and out of the way. Up and out of the way. So when I say things like matching my hands, I can't do that from here. I can't go fast enough. So for me, the transition is--