See, you got that club face nice and stable up there. Looks good.
You'd rather play a fade, you're saying.
I'd much rather play a fade. I just had my irons being a lot flatter to [INAUDIBLE].
Go ahead and say it. The way I fade it-- you can fool around with it. But when I when I'm coming down, when I'm coming on the downswing, I just hold that open just a degree.
Try to hold it.
Yeah, so here's-- let me have that. So when I'm coming down. If that was square right there, I'll just delay it and just a fraction, just there. That's how I fade it. I just hold that club face just open there. I just twirl just a hair.
I hope I won't hit one over their heads.
Just a little bit. And that's what I do. Then I control how much I do, you know?
Yeah. You like that feel?
I like that. I like these clubs.
They're nice clubs. You didn't think you were going to pick up a set of wrenches in my bag that weren't going to look good, did you?
I'm old school. You know that.
See, I used to play with what I call a baby fade. It would go out there like it was going to turn over, and then--
Yeah. We call that the corkscrew. Goes out like a corkscrew, looks like it goes out and then falls the other way.
Yeah. But that's an easy shot for a good player like you to hit, is hold that face a hair. Just a fraction is all it is.
Just a fraction is all it is.
I can do that all day long when I get under pressure because I can hit it hard still, you know?
There it is.