Cameron Smith has revealed one of his primary concerns before joining the LIV Golf League was the shotgun start.
So much so, Smith still describes it as "a bit of a s*** show" but now he believes the concept "works so well".
Smith has been speaking to the Straight Down The Middle'ish podcast where he chatted about a number of topics.
Those being his his rookie season, winning the Players, his big money move to LIV Golf and why he believes he will absolutely win the Masters.
Spoiler: Smith believes he has the "big balls" that are required to tame Augusta National.
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He told the podcast:
What about the shotgun starts?
Smith told the pod:
Smith also appeared confident that he'll win a green jacket.
He was in contention at the 86th Masters but Scottie Scheffler cruised to victory on the final day despite an hilarious four-putt at the 72nd hole.
Smith came undone at the par-3 12th when his tee shot found Rae's Creek. He mis-hit his third then two-putted for a devasting triple bogey.
He had just closed the lead to three strokes when disaster struck. Still, Smith believes he has the perfect game for Augusta.
LIV Golf players were handed a boost last December when chairman Fred Ridley confirmed they wouldn't be banned from the major.
Smith told the podcast:
Does he think he'll win a green jacket?
Listen to the full episode here.
Smith will be back in action shortly in the LIV Golf League. He's changed the team name of his all-Australian side from Punch GC to Ripper GC.
Another team captain, Bubba Watson, has changed the name of his side to RangeGoats.
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