It's all about getting comfortable, you know? I move it around until I feel that-- until I feel it just right, and then I let it go.
And when you say, let it go, what are you powering it with? You said you don't use your right hand.
I power it with my left hand.
A little bit of shoulder?
This right here, I like having this nice and tight here.
You say nice and tight, like-- not like tight, but just to where you couldn't--
Like a five out of 10?
Yeah, about a five out of 10.
Let me see.
About right there.
Yes, that's like a four or a five. It's not hammered in there.
No, it's not.
Is that so you take the whole show?
Yeah, because I want my shoulder, I want everything to move the putter up here.
But you're feeling it with this.
Yeah, but I feel it. My main point is right here. That's what I feel.
What if people will say to you, that sounds handsy or something? What would you say to that? I mean, I'm just being the devil's advocate here.
That's kind of like when they asked Crenshaw how he putts? He's like, well, I kind of like to feel my-- I kind of like to feel everything turn.
He said he likes to move his legs.
What? What are you crazy? But it's about-- putting is about being comfortable.
And what you think you can be good at.
Yeah, it's about being comfortable. You know, I always say that, I've made-- I've missed a lot of putts I thought I was going to make, but I've never made one I thought I was going to miss. And if you're uncomfortable, you're missing.
Yeah, that's true.