So here's my thin eight iron, not my best, but still a birdie putt nonetheless.
Again, you just roughly put down your deal.
Yeah, because I know this course. I know it's going left. It's pretty slow. I can see it here. So I know the pace in the break should be pretty slow. Kind of get a feel, and then just do the same thing I do on the practice green. Try to start it.
What do you think about all these players now have all the systems with the fingers and all that. I can't do any of that.
Yeah. I mean, if you have played golf long enough, you can look at a putt and see what it's doing. You don't need all that.
Jack Nicklaus said, I mean, it's pretty clear where it's going to break.
Yeah. You know, I always go if you poured a bucket of water on the green, where is it-- well, right now it's going to come at me and go this way, so I know it's slow with hook.
So, it should hook, and it should be a little bit slow.
Yeah, you had it-- you had it read to.
And didn't hit it.
You get one of those three footers again that you were-- you're so good at.
Oh, I am. I got this.
You definitely do.
I'll take that.