JIM FURYK: Can be. It can be tough. It's a good chance it could be eight days of this after next week (laughter). It can be. I've gone to the British Open at times, played in some very hard winds, I come home and it does take a while. I usually don't play after the British Open for that reason. The adjustment coming home, trying also to hit the ball in the air again rather than hit these low darts that run, yeah, it can be tough.
Sometimes it's taken me, you know, a day or two and I feel really comfy, and other times a week later I'm still trying to figure out the mess. I just kind of feel twisted up in my setup. A lot of times, your common mistakes, the ball gets pushed too far back, your weight is on your left side, your shoulders are kind of level. You kind of have to get back and get in a position where you can -- I don't think your swing changes, I think you get into habits playing in the wind that help you hit the ball lower. You just can't expect to click it and immediately go back to normal. It takes a couple days to work back into it.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Thanks, Jim.
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