The last time we saw Tiger Woods live on the range, we could not help but notice he did something very few other PGA Tour players do - and that is chip approximately 10 balls one-handed on the range.
Now I know what you're thinking, that seems like a waste of my fiver for 50 balls, however there is reason behind the madness.
One-handed swings with your wedge will actually help you gain better feel over your clubface and tempo.
We recommend trying this ball if you are on the range with your own practice balls, but if you do have 10 balls to spare during your session prior to your round, it can prove a very effective drill.
WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW TO SEE HOW TIGER WOODS DOES IT
Here's what some golfers are saying about the clip:
"Love how the lad in the background is admiring the shot."
"He definitely shoots lowers with one hand than me with two!"
"Tiger doesn't have to pay $8 for a small bucket."
"I have a hard enough time hitting with two hands."
"Those one-handed swings are 1000% better than any of my two-handed swings."
"One-handed twirl too."
"The guys behind are in awe."
"He's hitting it more pure than my best shots."
"I will definitely be trying this on the range next time."
"Y'all out here advocating for lawsuits against +18 handicappers going to the range and warming up one-handed."