You would be considered a sort of a long hitter. You're a big guy you drive it far. You hit your irons far. You'd in the top third of the tour and leg. Maybe the bottom end of the one third.
I would say--
Definitely not up in the bombers.
Not in the bombers. Not in short knockers.
Definitely above average in length.
On a driver, on a driver shot or 3 wood shot.
8 iron 165.
Eight irons a little bit odd. I have an odd gap in there. But eight irons 170.
That's a big 8.
Yeah it is a big 8.
But you're big.
My lofts are all right, but for whatever reason my 8 iron goes 170. My 9 iron goes-- it goes 168. My 9 iron goes 152.
So you just know the gap.
I know the gap. Instead of trying to fix it, I just--
Play the gap.
I can play it. I'm not looking for a whole lot of change, and just looking to get better.
A lot of people want to get more precise than that, you know, a lot of tour players. But you-- I already know from interviewing you, doing this, that you're-- you like to work with what you got. You don't want to too much outside influence. You want to create it. Right?
It's just a tool to you.
Right. If I were to fix that gap, everything else would change. So I'd have to tweak everything else. I'd rather--
Just leave that one.
Rather leave it, tweak it a couple of yards. Yard here, yard there. But I don't want to redo my whole bag.
I just got to know that when you were on a par three you hit eight and I hit six I just got to know that you got a messed up 8.
Exactly. I've juiced up 8. We'll see them all here in this one.