Tiger Woods is looking to boost his flagging performances by practicing in his garden in his golf clothing.
The struggling former world number one has built a special short game facility at his new Florida home.
Describing it as "phenomenal," the 35-year-old revealed that it's one of several reasons why he's feeling confident ahead of the WGC-Cadillac event this week.
He has recently enlisted the help of Canadian swing coach Sean Foley to help him get his game back on track, and Woods stated that he is "light years ahead of last summer".
"It's phenomenal. Working with my team I designed a short-game facility and oversaw its construction," he said on his new official website.
"It features four greens, six bunkers with different depths and kinds of sand, a video centre and a putting studio.
"If no wind is blowing the longest club I can hit is a seven-iron. It's also set up so I can hit shots out of my second-storey studio."
This week's event at Doral is one that he has enjoyed a great deal of success in, having won it six times before.