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Topic - Derek Freeman
"We would try to get all the guys to understand you have to hit certain shots certain ways with different spins and different clubs, and you have to use your imagination a lot of times," Freeman said. "That's something that as he plays more tour events, and these golf courses are tough — the rough is high, the greens are hard — he's going to understand more and more how he has to prepare, place the ball in the right spot and then hit the right short game shot."
Cantlay's short game sharpened while at UCLA, Freeman said, making him into a well-rounded player.