Ian Poulter is taking to the skies to travel to and from the LIV Golf League event in Orlando this week.
Poulter, 47, is leaving his fleet of luxury cars at his Florida home in favour of a helicopter to take him to Orange Country National.
The journey would usually take around 40-minutes by car but travelling by air will see the Majesticks joint-skipper's journey reduced to just under 10 minutes.
How the other half live, eh?
Here's the full exchange Poulter had with a reporter in his pre-tournament press conference alongside team-mates Henrik Stenson, Lee Westwood and Sam Horsfield:
Q. Ian, you're a big car collector, I assume you're commuting each day here so what's your thought process in terms of which car you decide to drive?
Q. Helicopter every day?
LIV Golf Orlando is the third event of the breakaway tour's 2023 season.
Poulter finished T-11 in Mayakoba and T-33 in Tucson.
The league commissioned by Greg Norman is going in heavily on their team element in 2023.
It will be an important aspect if the rival tour is to truly succeed and not be reliant on their wealthy Saudi backer, the PIF.
There are rumblings behind-the-scenes that officials are unhappy with the teams' efforts to generate revenue.
This was off the back of reports millions of dollars has been unaccounted for.
The Majesticks are struggling somewhat this year after faring well in LIV's debut 'beta-test' 2022 season.
The all-English side are currently rock bottom of the team standings and are yet to register a single point.
Martin Kaymer's Cleeks and Brooks Koepka's Smash are the two other sides without points in the 2023 campaign.
Unsurprisingly, Dustin Johnson's 4 Aces lead the team standings, followed by Sergio Garcia's Fireballs and Bryson DeChambeau's Crushers.
LIV Golf Orlando will be the last event before 18 'rebel' players head to the 2023 Masters.
Cameron Smith has already come out swinging and is hoping to prove his critics wrong.
Whilst Joaquin Niemann believes the fact the LIV players 'are hated' will simply embolden them.
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Watson took the time to explain his vision for the team he skippers, the RangeGoats.