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Caitlyn Jenner: No regrets as a woman, golf game has improved

Avid golfer Caitlyn Jenner says being a woman with breasts has helped her putting game.

During a spirited golf outing with "Today" anchor Matt Lauer, she explained that her newly acquired bustline helps keep her arms aligned for improved putting form.

She joked that she wasn't pushing Lauer to get implants, just wanted him to consider their potential advantage.

During this interview aired on NBC's "Today" on Thursday, the 65-year-old Jenner said she had had only one moment of doubt during her gender transition.

After a surgical procedure she didn't specify, but said "sort of passed the point of no return," she awoke in what she called a "massive panic attack."

Apart from that dicey episode, though, she has had no second thoughts -- "no regrets whatsoever" -- since making the transition.

"I just want my family to be OK," she said. "All of that stuff takes time. You transition, your whole family goes through this. They've been a blessing in my life, and you don't want anything to hurt them, and you wonder, are you doing the right thing? You know, living your true self. And everybody handles it differently."

Before re-introducing herself a few months ago, she was known as Bruce Jenner, the 1976 Olympic decathlon champion and Kim Kardashian's stepfather. She's been documenting her transition on the E! series, "I Am Cait."