I'm looking at this. And I've never been able to-- all right, this putt is an inch outside of the left. Aim there and stroke it there. I've never been able to do that. So I see where the ball is going to enter the hole.
You're sort of seeing the-- you're seeing the deal.
I see the curve. I see the whole putt.
And so, this putt, I've got it going in just left of center.
That would be the true entrance for--
Call it 7 o'clock. So my dead center on this putt is at 7 o'clock.
That would be at dead center. So for me, I like-- when I do take my practice strokes, I like looking at it this way. A lot of guys do this way, but I like being able to see that curve this way. And when I take a practice stroke--
Of course, the advantage is that your eyeballs are parallel to the ground right here, as opposed to perpendicular, right?
And here, I have to look out that way. And it's especially hard if I had a putt breaking the other way. I'd have to almost do--
Do that to see the--
I got you.
But here, whichever way the putt's going, I can--
You're on it.
So when I take my practice strokes--
And what are you doing here with that? Are you trying to get speed or--
I don't have a set number that I take. I try to take two good ones in a row.
So I'll sit here. And I'll make a couple, just to kind of get loose. And then when I feel the speed-- and I'm really thinking about the length of the stroke.
And when I feel that length that's right two times in a row-- so I go, all right, that one was good. That one's good. Now I'm going straight in. And all I'm thinking about is the length of that stroke and trying to hit a good one.
And you did hit that pretty good. You maybe pushed it a fraction.
I pushed it just a little bit.
But I saw that you-- I saw you do a little tap there. Can we talk about that?
Yeah, so I certainly tap it.
Yeah. And a lot of people wonder. There was people with tapping, but tapping is a form of a waggle for a putter.
It is. It is. So a lot of times, I'll-- I mean, you'll see that putter doing that. And that's not nerves. That's me releasing the nerves.
It's a waggle. It just gets [INAUDIBLE].
If I'm dead still, I mean, I just feel tension everywhere.
And so, I'm definitely-- I'll wipe the-- when I come and I'll wipe the face.
Wipe the fact, whether it's there or not. Because it's just a habit.
Yeah, it's never dirty. Yeah.
No, but you might be one time.
At 4:00 in the afternoon--
Yeah, it's not real dirty.
And hasn't been a piece of water.
US Open, hadn't rained in a year up there.
It hadn't rained in a year. Yeah.
So I'll wipe the face. And I'll get down. And it's all about getting comfortable. I'll move it around until I feel that-- till I feel it just right, and then I'll let it go.