What's that saying? We don't get older - we get better.
This phrase perfectly embodies Kevin Na and his attitude to life on the PGA Tour at the age of 38.
Na, who missed out on a Ryder Cup pick earlier this month despite his fine form, will peg it up this week for his 19th season on tour.
Ever since the John Deere Classic last November, Na has been one of the most consistent players on the circuit with three top-10 finishes.
His swing may not be the prettiest, but there's no doubting Na has game - including his stellar putting.
Na posted a video this week saying he was going to try out a new Odyssey Toulon.
feeling a little old starting my 19th season on PGA Tour. pic.twitter.com/CGWqv2jVbZ— Kevin Na (@kevinna915) September 16, 2021
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He is one of the favourites for the Fortinet Championship after Jon Rahm withdrew from the Pro-Am with a stomach illness.
And Na is no stranger to social media, regularly posting updates with his upbeat attitude to life.
He poked fun at his age this week by walking in a putt using a walking stick, captioning it: "Feeling a little old".
Kevin Na even walks in his putts on his home simulator. pic.twitter.com/xFwvFaqHU9— GOLFTV (@GOLFTV) September 15, 2021
In typical Na fashion, he walks in the putt.
Even when practising on a simulator, Na likes to walk them in.
You can read our betting tips for the Fortinet Championship here.
going to give this a try! #teamcallaway #odyesseygolf #toulon pic.twitter.com/Gi2y3ZKoJX— Kevin Na (@kevinna915) September 9, 2021