Proper Golfing Tee Talk : The Sun is Shining

Episode 3: Proper Golfing Tee Talk : The Sun is Shining

Jo Cameron and Julian Mellor Broadcast from their sunshine golf coaching holiday in Fuerteventura. Join in the fun antics, the practical jokes and of course the golf hints and tips which this time focus on how to stay in the zone in a competition

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  1. Golf News
  2. Golf Hints and Tips
  3. Effortless Golf

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Episode Transcript

Speaker 0 00:00:00 Hi there. I'm walking to the proper golfing podcast with me, Joe Kumon and Judy and metal. How are you?

Speaker 1 00:00:05 Oh, good job. Thanks abroad.

Speaker 0 00:00:07 Hot. He's hot in there. I'm not complaining about the heat or you left the UK. I'm not complaining about the heat. It's beautiful. Waking up in the morning, opened up the door and it's warm.

Speaker 1 00:00:18 Yeah, I

Speaker 0 00:00:18 Love it. So we're here in Fuerteventura. As you can see, hotel called the outer palace, um, highly recommend the hotel and the coach who sort of has been great. I'm cause we've got eight people here on the coaching.

Speaker 1 00:00:28 Yeah. I mean the range is literally right outside the hotel door, short gay marriages to arrive at a lovely golf course. Just awesome. Yeah. It's great to be a way to be white coaching. Yeah. People really get focused on their golf,

Speaker 0 00:00:41 But everybody's gets a chance to really immerse themselves in the go go ahead.

Speaker 1 00:00:44 Well, they're not doing the day-to-day stuff, so yeah. It's much, much nicer for people to do these coaching weeks. Yeah, they're great. Let's keep them going. Yeah,

Speaker 0 00:00:52 Absolutely. So coming up on the show today, we've got golf news all about the masters this week, all about two people really in the masters. We'll come to that in a minute. We've got your melodramatic moment. Have you got one?

Speaker 1 00:01:02 I don't know what yours is.

Speaker 0 00:01:05 We've got Joe's little gems, the mindset side to golf as well. Um, the guests, the whole in warm Julian. I mean, to be honest,

Speaker 1 00:01:13 Two weeks, two weeks, I've been waiting now. I've got it wrong.

Speaker 0 00:01:16 Okay. So down and trying to make it a little bit easier for you, right? Okay. Um, so yeah, coming up towards the end of the show,

Speaker 1 00:01:24 The whole

Speaker 0 00:01:25 Not today. No, no, no. That's not the point. No, well, no. Well just park that a minute while you're in your brain. Right. Part that pot that we've also got the, the, uh, the magic word of the week.

Speaker 1 00:01:37 Cool. Then flag. We can definitely get the other flag in there I reckon. Oh, okay. So we'll get a biscuit per flag. Yeah.

Speaker 0 00:01:48 And remember, you cannot just say flat, flat, flat, flat, flat, or flat flagging flagging doesn't count. It's got to be flagged. So you get one of those for each time to say that word, like yeah. Perfect. You happy with that? Okay. So let's have to think about the golf news of the week, then all about the masters.

Speaker 1 00:02:05 Yeah. It must is coming up on the 7th of April. Uh, so it's w it's a Wednesday here where we're doing this, so it's a couple of weeks away. Um, two people, uh, kind of hogging the Heinlein limelight. So there's, um, Mickelson, isn't actually playing in the masters because he's of the stuff that he's been saying. And, uh, it looks like

Speaker 0 00:02:26 She said, then for everybody that hasn't managed to catch up on a Mister, you know, there could be people that I missed out.

Speaker 1 00:02:30 Yeah. Um, well he wanted to, he was speaking really about how poor the PGA were and not getting them rights to, uh, to like the pro uh, not the price, that plane rights and the pictures and all that stuff. And, uh, he was going off on Saudi wants to, you know, you got an invite to go play on the Saudi tour. I believe that some of those tournaments are still going to happen, but has to, who's going to play in it. I'm not sure. Uh, so he's mine low. He's really what he's doing

Speaker 0 00:02:58 Obviously.

Speaker 1 00:02:59 Well, tiger woods is on the list of, uh, on a list of past champions who haven't said, they're not play in so we could be playing, but we've still don't know. We're only two weeks away.

Speaker 0 00:03:16 Not the not list,

Speaker 1 00:03:17 The not, not list. Yeah. So we could, he could be played in the masters. I hope so extra possibilities. You can do that. Yeah. It's, it's really awesome.

Speaker 0 00:03:26 Yeah. So what, uh, what's the word? What's the word on the street though? I mean, fitness wise, we've not got any gossip,

Speaker 1 00:03:33 No gossip at all. So we just don't know what's happening. So let's just hope that Tiger's playing. Uh, it just adds a post to it. Doesn't he, as suppose everybody wants to see how he's doing. That's hope. So.

Speaker 0 00:03:46 Do you think he's just lying low or was he like how, how was his house and all that sort of thing?

Speaker 1 00:03:49 That's a very, very strong

Speaker 0 00:03:53 Swing though as well. Isn't it?

Speaker 1 00:03:55 He has, it's watched kinder on his body, but he still needs the speed in there to get the distance. So he still needs all those things. So, and the issue that he's got, if it was four rounds on a boogie, he could play. Yes. It's the walking, that's the tire bet for. And you know, he really did smashes like the bits of metal,

Speaker 0 00:04:14 But there was a bigger who hall wasn't about who was at the plate on the buggy that time Thingy,

Speaker 1 00:04:20 John Daley. Um, but you can't, you know, the rules are part of, part of the thing with playing. Tournament's like, that is fitness, you know, you fatigued. So if you're fatiguing mentally, if you golf goes down, so part of it is actually, can you, uh, can you, are you fit enough to play all four rounds of the masters? So, yeah, it's a big part of it.

Speaker 0 00:04:40 We've talked about boogie, so Hey, why don't we this week about how people really don't like buggies quick. Yeah. She plays something don't know.

Speaker 1 00:04:48 Well, there's a thought process when you're going to Gulf point, you need to be thinking about what you're going to do and on a boogie suddenly there. And then you're thinking about, well, the book is right over there and that's got my clubs, so I need to come over. And you're thinking more about Roma clubs rather than the shelf.

Speaker 0 00:05:02 And I'm a bit of social time and stuff like that. And then you've got to get off again and play your shot. I don't mind. I don't like him. I can't, I can't blame my really, really bad round of golf in Tanner reef on the buggy itself. It was a really bad round of golf, but it was one of the contributing factors or two to me. Cause I've been chatting to people

Speaker 1 00:05:15 Perfect for if I'm going around and looking at different groups. Great. Cause you can get there quickly, but as a plain thing, I think if you, I mean, you've got to be really consistent in, in, if you're using buggies, use them all the time, then you get really good at it. But I would prefer, I'll always prefer to work. Yeah.

Speaker 0 00:05:32 Nice. Wasn't it? Yeah. And I was just looking on Twitter, um, back to a picture of the golf clubs waiting to come out in the 1954 masters. But they were just all like lobbed in a pile. Yeah. A little bit on that. And that would there be people looking after them now. So we wouldn't know.

Speaker 1 00:05:51 Oh, ,

Speaker 0 00:05:55 They're like my

Speaker 1 00:05:56 Wall. Yeah. Uh, no you've got to you. Yeah. They're really, really, really tough.

Speaker 0 00:06:01 I'll put it on Facebook. If you listening. Um, you know, an audio, we'll put these visual on the Facebook page, but they're just literally

Speaker 1 00:06:07 And they look old. They do look old. Don't they? Yeah. Okay.

Speaker 0 00:06:12 I mean, almost anybody got any idea how much sort of toggle woods clubs would be? I mean, obviously cause it's tiger woods. They'd be worth.

Speaker 1 00:06:19 I I've heard that quite a lot of them now are like laser cut and take a long, long time. And I've had upwards of 25,000 pounds. So we've watched children. I don't know I'd be lying if I said no, but it would be interesting to hear if any of you guys know a factual cost of how much a pro set of golf clubs costs, because I don't really think they're exactly the same as we, we buy to

Speaker 0 00:06:41 Be honest, the machines are.

Speaker 0 00:06:45 Um, but the thing, the topic today that we're talking about is, um, focus isn't it. And how you get focused on your golf. Because, um, over dinner we have lots of conversations about golf. What we're here, aren't we, but, and then some people have been setting up playing their own competitions, aren't they? And so we started to think about how focus improves your golf game. One of our guys, Damien, they were playing a competition and he said he sort of lifted his mindset. Didn't need to get really focused. And he played some really awesome shots,

Speaker 1 00:07:12 Much better than his normal standard because there was an outcome to it. So he was, I think they were either all scale one down and he really started to focus on what he's tried to do rather than just hitting the ball and go find it and hit it again. He got really focused. He got a very certain about the shot he was trying to play. And a lot of people don't have that certainty. And that if you, if you know what you're trying to do, chances are you're going to achieve it. But if you don't think a lay up now, I don't know why I thought you didn't, you're not certain. And you generally, the shots are pretty poor and what you focus on as well. You know, if you're focusing on the trouble, that's generally

Speaker 0 00:07:51 Doesn't it. I mean, I D you know, I've, I've witnessed it this week that somebody said, oh, I'm fear in the water. And then, um, the ball went in the water and I said to the person, um, were you, were you thinking about the water? And they said, no. And this is what led to this conversation over breakfast this morning. Wasn't it about? I'm thinking, well, you must be thinking about the water for the ball. So go in the water. However, then we would just say in about it's the last thing, sometimes it's somebody says to you, because Damien again was saying that he had a catty this one time, didn't he sort of the last words that he said to him affected the shot. Yeah,

Speaker 1 00:08:21 Yeah, yeah. So he said, you know, play the shot, hit it to there and just be mindful of the water. So the Cardi was trying to be helpful, but actually that last bit that he had to be mindful of the water golf balls.

Speaker 0 00:08:33 I'm criticizing the county at all. Cause they, cause they said, well, let's have a chat about it. But ultimately the player would make the decision on which shot they were going to play. So it wasn't, he wasn't talking negatively about it, but they realized that the last thing that he said had an impact on the,

Speaker 1 00:08:45 And you'll hear a lot of talk. How do you say to their, uh, the person that they're cutting for, uh, commit,

Speaker 0 00:08:52 Fully commit,

Speaker 1 00:08:52 Commit to the shop. Yeah know, you've got the right club, you know what you're doing spit to it and do it. Yeah.

Speaker 0 00:08:57 So here's the thing, right? If people are not, if you don't know how to become certain, you could just ask yourself that question internally, couldn't you. If I was certain about this shot, how would I be feeling, what would I be doing? What would I be thinking about if I felt certain? Cause if you just sit and ask yourself that question for a minute, fr feel certain it propagates that emotional feeling of being certain.

Speaker 1 00:09:18 Yeah, it does. Yeah. Um, now, and, and it's just great having these discussions. Cause everybody on this is really into that golf. They really love that golf and they all want to do well. And uh, so what we've kind of focused on now is becoming your own caddy.

Speaker 0 00:09:32 Oh, do you know what? I love that. I'm so glad that you bought that off because that has really had an effect. Hasn't it? Because the guy in question again, what we were saying, well, so you'd be having a great round Martin. He blow like great 11 holes and then have three holes where he just really didn't believe he was playing so well. And then one shot to yeah. And then it went down well down, but didn't it. So you two together, you know, you came up with a side SIDA, Be in your own caddy,

Speaker 1 00:09:57 Talking to himself And it's really helped him. Yeah. It's just me then kind of, it's not about him really. It's like, okay, this other person is telling me what to do. I'm going to listen to that. Is this, is this the right? So you're having a really clever conversation with yourself without sounding a bit fruit loop. But oh my God, it's making such a different Thomas focus.

Speaker 0 00:10:19 Yeah. Because it's less about yourself, isn't it. It's like looking inward. And I w I was just checking into myself at breakfast and he was, he was doing, he was like standing one way and then stood the other way. But that physical movement of energy and your mindset does actually make a difference. I mean, he was doing it. He sort of did it as if like by accident, but that's what he was talking about is like seeing it from the other person's

Speaker 1 00:10:41 You call itself while in self too, in a way. But, but we're calling it there. You know, you'd be your own caddy. It's a slightly different twist on it, but it's working.

Speaker 0 00:10:51 Yeah. It's really working in it. Um, so the focusing, we can't, we can't really underestimate how much a negative thought has on your golf, you know? Like, cause your brain does not see the word don't it doesn't see that your brain can't see a don't or not kind of, you know, so you've really got to focus on where you want the ball to go, as opposed to not where you want it to go. And you might have heard us say it before, but I don't think we can ever overdo that.

Speaker 1 00:11:14 No. And if you're aim at the flag, you know, that's what, you're the last thing you should be thinking about is the flight and not the water hazard or the sand or whatever it is. So

Speaker 0 00:11:23 It's not a 100%, always certain that that's going to happen, but you are more likely to go where you want to go with your positively thinking about where you want the ball to go. I was just thinking like in book B, for example, you know, like the kickers, I mean, it's only really relatively recently that you see them plot the shape of the ball when their eyes,

Speaker 1 00:11:40 That's

Speaker 0 00:11:40 Only a recent thing. Not that it hasn't been there like bygone day. Was it fairly recently?

Speaker 1 00:11:46 Yeah, definitely. By the way you owe me two biscuits. I got jeans. I think that's three times now.

Speaker 0 00:12:00 English.

Speaker 1 00:12:01 Nice to just have a little bit of,

Speaker 0 00:12:03 Yeah. Okay. So I'm leaving, got

Speaker 1 00:12:06 Three now. And you

Speaker 0 00:12:07 Know, I think, um, I think I need you guys to help me with ads, right? Because, um, he, he always does it more than I'm so concentrated. You see that? I forget to add up how many times it sex, but you're thinking you want to three? No, you said two.

Speaker 1 00:12:18 Well, I'll take two, but I did get three because

Speaker 0 00:12:21 I know you like you biscuits chocolate fingers, Fingers.

Speaker 1 00:12:26 We can do a bit younger. Yeah. Brilliant.

Speaker 0 00:12:30 Um, so yeah, it's been all about the focus, doesn't it? So we really must emphasize, look what you want the ball to go feel like you feel like it. We used to go

Speaker 1 00:12:39 To just the string. That's going to send it there.

Speaker 0 00:12:41 Yeah, yeah,

Speaker 1 00:12:42 Yeah.

Speaker 0 00:12:43 And then ask yourself this question. If I were certain, if the ball was going to go there, how would I feel?

Speaker 1 00:12:49 Yeah, definitely. Yeah. Yeah. Because how you feel is important. And I think a little bit competitive, um, is never going to do you any harm, but a competition sometimes even if it's just against a friend and don't wish them, oh, I hope they miss hit this shot. Let's ignore that. Wish them well. And you try and do a bit better,

Speaker 0 00:13:08 Which is about the focus. Isn't it again, it's like focus on your game. We, again, we had this conversation over breakfast. Didn't worry about, um, how it feels when you're playing with people that you really get a sneaking suspicion that they really want it to go along for you. You know, that's not, that's not golf is

Speaker 1 00:13:21 Not a shot by hope you don't.

Speaker 0 00:13:24 So just stay.

Speaker 1 00:13:25 I just wish everybody. Well, and you do a bit better than now, you know? Then, then everybody's, game's got to improve as that.

Speaker 0 00:13:33 Yeah. It's a lot easier to focus when you're just thinking about your goal for what they want it.

Speaker 1 00:13:37 Oh God. They're so they're so immersed in it. We've got a day off today and they've all complained.

Speaker 0 00:13:43 They've asked for more golf and more golf and more golf at night.

Speaker 1 00:13:45 They are, they are certainly put together.

Speaker 0 00:13:48 They've got an alternative practice anyway. So here, did you get any more in that? And was that just the two? Okay. Um, anyway, so on the plane on the way over

Speaker 1 00:14:01 It's a four hour, four hour flight from the UK to first event choice. And it is one of the Canary islands where we are. I thought my neck gets a bit sore on the plane. I'm going to use get one of these. Cause he's a really good, and it goes in your neck and I lay against the back rest.

Speaker 0 00:14:20 It didn't mean nothing

Speaker 1 00:14:23 To do a bit of already gone.

Speaker 0 00:14:25 No, but Tony said that you put it that way. You said you put that under your chin

Speaker 1 00:14:33 And that

Speaker 0 00:14:35 Doesn't work either.

Speaker 1 00:14:36 I want to try to fold it. And then this is one of those memory ones. So it turns into a piece of paper.

Speaker 0 00:14:42 So this is Henson tips on how to use a microphone as well, how to use an airplane cushion. So what did you decide on the end? Don't

Speaker 1 00:14:52 Use just bloody rubbish. Whoa, That must be,

Speaker 0 00:15:01 I think you bought that from the found shopping. All I slowly fell apart already. I think it was a last minute. Oh yeah. It's fell apart already. I think that was just the last minute buy and then I was jealous. So you only got, in fact, do you know what that, what does that look like?

Speaker 1 00:15:14 Potty for kids? I should've bring them off somebody. Yeah.

Speaker 0 00:15:26 That is a good point. I have, in fact, I found that the best place to work was in your lumbar spine.

Speaker 1 00:15:31 Yeah. Well, anything that's fine there. We all get something.

Speaker 0 00:15:35 Can we double it up and then put it under the neck like that? But then what happened was you didn't want to move. Cause you got so comfy that you didn't, you couldn't talk and then you couldn't read your book.

Speaker 1 00:15:44 If anybody's got any advice on the perfect next thing anyway, I'm chucking it away without real.

Speaker 0 00:16:01 I don't know whether it is or whether it's just your neck. Have you got a problem? No, I mean the, and he just a bit longer than that.

Speaker 1 00:16:07 I have not been using that.

Speaker 0 00:16:11 What? It might be useful. Something anyway. Yeah.

Speaker 1 00:16:14 Typically

Speaker 0 00:16:15 How to use an airplane crusher. So what about your, um, do you want to do the heart? Do you want to, do you want me to just give you a, give you a quick lock,

Speaker 1 00:16:23 Please have the map of the hole in one guess. Is that what you mean?

Speaker 0 00:16:27 Yeah. Do you know what I'm just thinking. I've just got a picture from home of the dog. We're missing the dog this way. He can't wait. We're missing this. So if you're missing the dog as well, it's all one little thing. There she is. Okay. I'm going make it easier fits. I've made it really easy for you today Because I was just honestly embarrassed for you if I'm on it. So

Speaker 1 00:16:47 Well, tell us, please tell me what hole it was in the last one. Cause I like two times

Speaker 0 00:16:53 Originally

Speaker 1 00:16:54 It was the 16th.

Speaker 0 00:16:56 Yeah. So you started with the 14th, I think called the 16th either way round.

Speaker 1 00:17:02 And

Speaker 0 00:17:03 So your second answer was right? 14. Well, no, no, no. Well, I thought it was here's the issue. Right? So when I went back over my staff, it wasn't either. It was actually the six,

Speaker 1 00:17:20 Ah, well to nail to you tuna too. So I've got a chance of winning this one.

Speaker 0 00:17:25 I just hope so. Cause I've made this one really easy for you. That's a picture of the dog. Right? Okay. So let me show you again. If you listen on the audio, um, we will put the pictures on Facebook, but it's a very nice and shiny hole again. Don't worry if you can't see it or put the pictures up. Um, right. Yeah. So this is easy in it. Oh, for goodness

Speaker 1 00:17:44 Sake.

Speaker 0 00:17:46 If you can't get that right, I'm going to take your chocolate. You're going to work your wafers chocolate wafers. She'll give you a clue. In fact, he's the course, by the way,

Speaker 1 00:18:04 I don't know that all

Speaker 0 00:18:05 You flipping do. So the choice is of course

Speaker 1 00:18:08 Art.

Speaker 0 00:18:09 No, the choices of the courses are Sunningdale Wentworth, August star, the Belfry, one of his star.

Speaker 1 00:18:19 Oh, you've put point of Vista in there. Okay. Um,

Speaker 0 00:18:26 So I'll give you another clue you played it loads of times. I think the difficulty is trying to find it online.

Speaker 1 00:18:36 I don't know. Cause that doesn't look like when a Vista to me,

Speaker 0 00:18:43 If I'm not wrong again,

Speaker 1 00:18:44 I think your own Joe, I think you've asked me

Speaker 0 00:18:46 When I think the opposite. It looks like one of us does to me now

Speaker 1 00:18:48 Is I've never seen it all in my life, But be interesting. What you actually put it in.

Speaker 0 00:18:54 Do you know what I'm going to ditch this? If this don't work this week, I'm going to ditch this honestly.

Speaker 1 00:19:00 Anyway,

Speaker 0 00:19:01 We'll come back to that another time. Won't we? What's your maleness magic moment.

Speaker 1 00:19:05 Magic moment. It's weight transfer.

Speaker 0 00:19:07 Oh I okay. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 1 00:19:09 Oh. So where the rain is literally right outside where we sit and have a coffee and lunch and things like that. So I'm a bit of a collective maniac of golf swings. I'll collect golf swings.

Speaker 0 00:19:23 There's

Speaker 1 00:19:23 Not too many that I haven't seen, but one theme that runs through a lot of golfers is really poor white shift freeway impact. Uh, and we were demonstrating last night on the, uh, we, I use a thing called coach now, which is a little Latin and you can draw things on it. And uh, it was actually Damien. We got on there and we're just showing how well he transferred his weight. So what I like to do is draw an imaginary straight line down the side of the head at set up and then the head should move or the weight should move slightly behind it, come back to it and then go past it. But the amount of people you see, keep the head, the weight behind that line. And eventually they might finish there. But so often you just see them keeping the weight on the back foot.

Speaker 1 00:20:06 So what then what happens? The low point of the swing becomes before the golf ball. So he hit the ground before the golf ball or the clubs then lifting and they hit the middle of the ball and top it. Uh, so if you could all just work on weight transfer, it would make a huge difference on all your shots. Uh, not, not as vital with Putin, but even the little chip shots don't lean back and try and lift the ball, allow the loft of the clip to the lift. Then you transfer your weight forward. It revolutionize your golf game. So get your weight moving correctly. And if you don't know how to do it, message me and I'll show you how to do it.

Speaker 0 00:20:39 Oh, what I was thinking was last night over dinner, you were absolutely making it really obvious for people about other sports on how you move has got to move forward. Isn't it like tennis, it moves forward. Doesn't it? You know, I'm an ex hockey player, hockey move forward. All the sports I move forward. What you don't want to ever do is be going backwards. You've got to go with momentum. If you

Speaker 1 00:20:59 Want to send something that way you got to go

Speaker 0 00:21:01 That way,

Speaker 1 00:21:02 That direction. Yeah. I think I read a stat or a comment not too long ago. The difference between the top class pro and a really good amateur is one inch. So a pros weight will be one inch forward. And the top class generally the weight is one inch backwards. So you could only be one or two inches out, but that will make you use difference. If you think the size of a golf ball is, uh, just, just over an inch, you know, get your weight moving forward because all sports, the weight generally moves forward. If, uh,

Speaker 0 00:21:30 Yeah, absolutely. So, and if you can't do that, you've got to just practice it on and off from you

Speaker 1 00:21:35 And video yourself, put the line on and see if you're actually moving. It's really simple. Yes.

Speaker 0 00:21:40 Yeah. I really liked that last night. That was, that was really cool. Yeah. Um, so my little gem of the week, um, is about your breath. Right? Breathe out when you breathe out, it releases your negativity, your toxicity, your thoughts. And like you say, what you just did then

Speaker 1 00:21:58 Lovely relaxation. Yeah.

Speaker 0 00:22:00 Yeah. Which reminds me about your, the friend, the proper golfing member who uses words that you can only breathe out on.

Speaker 1 00:22:07 Yeah.

Speaker 1 00:22:08 Well he's got, he's such a clever person. He's a great wordsmith. I've loved to say that. I know what he's talking about. I do have to Google some of these words and I'm not, I'm not gifted in the word in the word, but yeah. So some words that you say that you can only speak that word by breathing out and there's a name for it. And forgive me, John, if I haven't remembered the name, but it was clever, whatever you said was really clever. So, um, yeah. Hats off to you to you for even knowing that he used to train pilots as well, uh, to do certain things. And apparently, which is really interesting. You can't multitask. You can just do things very quickly, uh, which is very interesting. So John is a awesome member of proper golfing and he brings an awful lot to the table. Yeah,

Speaker 0 00:22:56 I am sorry. We need to find out what that word is. Don't worry. It was that we might've been more as a guest, you know, But the, um, you know, like the breath out is, is exhale. It's like exhale when you breathe in, it's called inspiration inspire. But so a lot of people placed too much focus on the breath in to try and relax themselves actually it's of breath arm. Yeah.

Speaker 1 00:23:19 Especially if you golf, the last thing you want to do is breathe in when you're about to exempt, Then your muscles are long, loosely lasting, much more efficient work. Okay. Hits the ball further,

Speaker 0 00:23:30 Finds a place of stillness as well. So

Speaker 1 00:23:32 Just calm your brain. Yeah.

Speaker 0 00:23:34 Um, I was just going to read off some comments from YouTube. Um, Thomas Fraser again is saying hello. Um, and then we got Peter Cruz who loved the show. We said, thank you very much, Peter. Uh, we've got, um, Diego Perez saying, thank you. Fantastic. The show and dairy Joey given us a thumbs up. So, um, thank you very much for contributions on YouTube. Um, we're always here if you need any questions and stuff like that. And when, um, you know, in fact, let's have a look on the Facebook page that say, if you're listening to an audio, we will put all the pictures of the golf hole next week. Can you play it? Can, can you just play? Maybe you'd maybe you give me, you know, cause so maybe you can give me 10 and then we can narrow it down. No, anyway, we're back in the UK next week, back in the normal desk with the normal visitor from the, I hope that's hope is not too cold, Washing, cooking and cleaning. I hope you've enjoyed the show. You can go and get your wife has now. So, um, take care and we'll see you again next week.

Speaker 1 00:24:33 Bye.

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