What about when you have to be out of the bunker? I've got you set up pretty nasty right here. This happens.
So the first thing about this is getting a comfortable base. And like from here, that's not going to happen.
You got to go wider, don't you?
I don't even think I could hit that shot.
I mean, I-- do you want me attempt it?
You want to try it?
Yeah, I'll try.
What about if we just get you in the bunker, [? Bailey, ?] so you're not as much downslope. Or do you want to have a go at it?
Yeah, we can have a go at it.
I mean, I always say, you know, get a nice base. This does not feel like a nice base. But the important thing is to kind of stay right where you're at, right in your in your posture.
In your posture, yeah. And that [? 2 ?] wasn't too bad.
I stayed in my posture, not my best effort.
Last one, downhill lie, one foot out.
I'm giving you the-- but you're the US Open champion.
You are, indeed
I want you one foot out though. I got to get you--
--with your one foot out maybe.
You put it where--
There you go.
So for these, again, the base is important. You know, can you get like a nice firm left leg? Because that's the most important thing. And you got a little lip here, so I might have to--
--take it up a little bit more.
So get a nice firm left leg. Stay in it. Get up. See your shot.
Beauty. That was the one there.
That was the one.
That came out just right.