Q. (In progress) paid you a high compliment saying that you really like the one-length irons. Why do you believe in that so much?
BRYSON DeCHAMBEAU: Well, I developed it. You know, I really believe that it's going to help the game, at least on the amateur level right now. Be super consistent, keep the same body posture. Ultimately I think it could change the game in general. Seeing Hogan's not Hogan's, excuse me. Seeing Bobby Jones' clubs in the trophy room at Augusta, they're pretty much all the same length. A lot of people don't know that. That's just how the game started, and over time they just progressed a little bit because of the driver, like let's try to make it uniform, so that's kind of the way it went.
Today it's really about the Shark Shootout and what Greg's done for charity. He's done an incredible job. CureSearch is something that I will be sponsoring, helping out in the future. I think they've done a great job and Greg has done a fantastic job.
My partner did a great job today, he carried me a little bit.
KEVIN NA: I don't know about that. I think I was there for moral support.
Q. With that Yankees hat on?
KEVIN NA: Yeah. I had fun. This is a great, fun event. First time playing it and I've got a great partner.
Q. He was giving you some putting tips. Sorry to interrupt, tell us about that, before the competition.
KEVIN NA: Well, the couple that I missed, I blamed it on him, but the one I made, I took all the credit. I'm kidding, I'm kidding. But we had a lot of fun out there. We're sticking to our strategy. My job is to keep it in play and kind of secure the par, make sure he gets a free run at it. He bombs it out there, I hit the wedge close, he makes the putt. For a while there I just kept hitting close wedges and I didn't have to putt for a while. When it was time for me to putt, I didn't know what to do.