Q. You say you're going to somebody now?
JONATHAN KAYE: You know, I see a guy occasionally that comes out and looks at my swing. He doesn't say a lot but gives me a couple things to work on instead of just beating balls. I try not to take it to the course, but when I'm practicing, I like to have, you know, things to work on.
Q. Is it more rewarding to know that you have done it yourself and so many others are getting there by --
JONATHAN KAYE: You know, I don't know. I'm happy to be where I am. I don't really think too much about everybody else and how they got here and what they did to get where they are.
Q. Who is this guy you're working with now?
JONATHAN KAYE: His name is Adrian Wadey. He's actually caddying for one of the other players, Robert Gamez, this week.
JOHATHAN KAYE: Wadey, W-a-d-e-y.
Q. When did you start going to him?
JONATHAN KAYE: About a year-and-a-half ago. I've seen him, I don't know, 6 or 7 times.
Q. So you're just tinkering with him?
JONATHAN KAYE: Yeah. And improve on a few things.
Q. Does he work with some of the other guys?
JONATHAN KAYE: Well, he's worked with Gamez, he worked with Andy Bean, he worked with Robert Damron. To be honest with you, I don't know his total client list, but I know he works with a few people. He's a South African.
TODD BUDNICK: Everybody good? All right. Thank you, Jonathan.
JONATHAN KAYE: Thanks.
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