(Tommy) Today, I’m going to try my hand at golf – ♪ [bumper music] (Tad) He’s the most fearless blind man in the world. (Tommy) I think the worst case scenario is in my head. I feel like I’m gonna look ridiculous trying to hit a golf ball. (Tad) Keeping my arm straight, like this. (Tommy) Yea. It feels like both arms are parallel to me. (Tad) If you think about it, he’s not seen a golf ball, he’s not seen golf clubs – He’s got to do it all by feel. So it could get a little cozy in there. Feel all the way down to my hands, there, right to the club. I mean I’m thinking we might spoon a little bit. The tricky part I think is going to be trying to remember the spot where the ball is. The kid can do everything else, he might as well learn how to swing the golf club. Why would I want to be like Tiger Woods? Simple. The chicks. I just wouldn’t get married. And – take her away. [solid smack] Hey! [clapping] [deeper smacking] ♪ [bumper music] (Tad) Testing 1, 2. Testing 1, 2, 1, 2. Today we’re using a Condor knock-off. If it’s a, it’s a 3 Wood. It cost me about twenty bucks. You know, that’s the thing. Tommy doesn’t care. He’s like a honey badger, this kid. He doesn’t give a shit.