This segment is on long drives, hitting longer. And one of the elements of hitting longer is if you could bring the club back, not only how far but how wide, because the further and wider that the club head travels, the more time it has to gain speed and just from pure gravity, the further it is, the faster it's going to be at impact. Now one way for your swing to get wider is to become more flexible because if you're like this and you don't have much flexibility, you could see how that club head didn't go that far. However, if you're very flexible, it could travel so much further. Also, coming into the ball, if you're wide this way and you could be wide this way, you're going to hit the ball further because it's wider this way but you're going to hit straighter because the club head is moving down the target line for a longer period of time. So this is how to get longer and straighter and that is to become more flexible. You could start with very simple flexibility exercises like how far could you stretch this way? How far could you stretch this way, this way, this way, this way, this way, here, here, here, here, here, here. Very simple. As you do that, you could turn, stretch, stretch, stretch, turn, turn, turn, turn, turn, stretch, stretch, stretch, stretch, turn, turn, turn, turn, turn. You could also get stronger at the same time if you held let's say cans of corn or something. So you're stretching, stretch, flexibility, stretchability, out, out, out, flexibility. I just made up a new word, stretchability. It's OK, I make up these. Extend, extend, stretch, get more flexible, flexible. If you get more flexible, the club head will travel further, will have more time to speed up. Get more flexible and you'll hit the ball longer.