I've got you a fried egg there. Why don't you walk us through that one? And it's not at breakfast.
Yeah, it's not a breakfast, and you get here and you're pretty pissed off, you're not sitting up.
You're going to get him, right?
Oh yeah. Oh yeah.
You're going to get [INAUDIBLE].
You're going to get fried eggs, and that's something you're going to have to deal with. I think giving yourself a putt for par. If you give yourself a putt for par--
Or just get out of it.
Yeah, or just get out of the bunker. Some fried eggs are more difficult than others. And this one I look like I have some green to work with and that's not too buried, so I'm expecting to get a putt for par. I think you have to have a pretty nice angle of attack, and you're trying to take the bounce off of your wedge. You're trying to use the leading edge in order to get down into the sand, underneath the ball, pop it onto the green. It's always going to run out.
You're not going to be able to get much spin on one, so I'm going to toe the club in, trying to use a little bit more of the leading edge and get down there. I like to-- I like to be steep, I like to--
You're going to get--
Which is going to tell you, you're not going to be out by much. Forward swing.
It's going to pretty much stop you.
It's going to stick into the sand.