“For the most part, I’m going to be trying to bomb it as much as possible and try to gouge it out when I don’t hit it in the fairway.
“If I have over 190mph ball speed, it’s going to be tremendous out here covering bunkers and whatnot. But again, sometimes the bunkers are good to be in out here.
“They’re in really great condition, and the rough lies can be treacherous sometimes. It really depends what type of lie you get.
“I really don’t know if bunkers or rough is better, but for sure just getting it as close as I can to the green is going to be a strategy of mine.
“I’m blessed to have won this championship, and I think that from my perspective, touring it around a little bit, taking it to fun places and having some fun with it was great.
“I was nice enough to bring it back in good shape, no dinks, no dents, so that’s what I was proud about. Hopefully, I can take it back again this week.”