3-Wood love or hate it?
It's one or the other, normally, for the Tour players.
Are you talking about this one in particular, or like a 3-Wood in general?
A 3-Wood in general for you.
It's a little mixed. I don't love it, but I don't hate it.
Your 5-Wood, it seems you love.
I love my 5-Wood.
Does that go too low for you?
Yes, because of my--
--my lean. I would say I'm more accurate with my driver than I am with my 3-Wood.
But it's funny, because when I grew up playing-- started playing golf, I couldn't hit a driver. I had a--
It sounds like you go to like, if you're going to go off the tee with something to lay up, you go here, do you?
I hit this one every now and then. It kind of depends on the course, but I hit for the longest time a 3-Wood with a steel shaft.
I did, too.
It was great.
I'm betting the reason that stays in the bag is because it goes far.
This one? Yeah.
It goes far, doesn't it?
Yeah, it goes far.
It's like a drug. That's your crack pipe right there.
Yeah, this one, this is a good 3-Wood. 3-Woods, in general, are, as we all know, they are tough to find.
It's hard to find one that you hit off the ground, and off the tee.
Hardest club to find for a Tour player.