Hey guys. Dale Ketola here. We're out here at the Resort Course in front of the Performance Center here at Grande Dunes. I'm gonna give you a little tip today on maybe something you can do to get a little bit more power in your in your swing or a little bit more consistency. So, what I see in a good swing is a person that goes wide on the back swing, narrow, to wide. So what that means is, when they go back, they have some width. So there's some distance between their club shaft, their hands, and their head. And then when they change directions if they do it right, the club actually gets closer to us. You'll get it to the ball, and then you'll go wide again. So it's wide, narrow, wide. If you're struggling, there's a pretty good chance that you're doing the opposite, which means that you would not get as much turn, so you'd be narrow, you'd widen the club, which is what happens when you come over the top, and then because the club's too far, you're gonna have to suck it in to go narrow again. So, it's the opposite. So if you find yourself in here chicken-winging on the way through, there's a really good chance that you were narrow, wide, narrow. I hope that helps you.