J.B. Holmes in this USA Today story on the shift to power/flogging:
"It's better to have a wedge in the rough than a 7-iron in the middle of the fairway. That's just the way it's going now."
And this, which is hard to imagine since he seemed to have wedge into every par-4 at Scottsdale:
"I'm not overswinging or anything. That's just my normal swing to try to get it in the fairway. There's probably been times I've hit the driver better. When that happens, I can go low because I have so many wedges in my hand."