For a guy who once hit himself in the head with a putter, ala Woody Austin, Zac Blair sure does love his flatsticks. And we love that he loves them, because we get in-hand looks at showroom-quality Cams.

Fortunately, like all great equipment enthusiasts, Blair changes his setup frequently. Blair’s latest putter, spotted at the Safeway Open, is one of his most subdued (and superb) yet; this Scotty Cameron Newport Concept 2.5.

23c860db5abae76aa2857f2ec539b61715b8f14bd36d2bfe8de8d418d9ccec5f19ec7c67d122bd472c695dca15155c2c6074559b22dfe34a5bb667874c5fa794A brief tour of some of his more recent ball-rolling devices. We spotted him with this GSS 340 Prototype at the Genesis Open last February.

Z-Blair-GenesisZB went in a totally different direction and bagged a high MOI mallet, the T5S, at The Players.

zac-blair-t5sAt the Waste Management Phoenix Open in 2016, he was bagging this highly polished number.

abcbaf6f6f02bfb3afe508e0099b6eb3At the Barbasol Championship in 2015, we spotted Blair with one of his most unique putters to date: this Bullseye-inspired beauty.

Zac Blair putter BarbasolSo, what will Zac Blair putt with next? On behalf of GolfWRX, we can’t wait to find out.

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    • Yeah. He’s a putter addict. So what. This new one, I agree, is nothing special, or “sick” about it. I don’t get what all the hoopla is about. In fact, none of the ones in these photos are anything to write home about. They’re all mostly fugly