"We want to do this so exact and be so precise," Hanson said. "I over-read putts and overanalyze the shots, trying to figure this game out. I think sometimes you have to let the score come to you instead of you going after it."
"I've always hit my putts slightly firmer in Ryder Cup play, personally, and I'm trying to pass on that knowledge to the rookies," he said. "I've been very lucky with the partners that I've had in my foursomes and fourball play. ... It's allowed me the freedom to hit my putts firmer than I would have done normally, and it's amazing how many of them go in."