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Teryllium is back: Scotty Cameron T22 putters launch

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There are only a few putters I can think of that can create a true emotional reaction from most people—either because of an event it was attached to, a great round, or a player. One putter that unequivocally does this is the Scotty Cameron Teryllium series, and 22 years after the original—it’s back!

I’ll let you catch your breath.

For this iconic release let’s let the man himself take over for a moment.

From Mr. Cameron: “There’s nothing quite like the feel of Teryllium. It’s the number one material request I get from players. And, as we’ve seen multiple majors won over the past few seasons with a Teryllium-inserted putter, it’s a great time to celebrate this legendary design.”  Scotty can’t say it (as the player in question isn’t a paid staffer) but I can: It’s Brooks Koepka who’s been pulling in major championships with a Teryllium putter.

So where do we begin.

Like all modern Scotty Cameron Putters, the T22 series will be precision milled in the United States. The bodies will be made from 303 stainless steel. This differs from the originals that were carbon steel and needed constant care to prevent rust spots or pitting—a maintenance nightmare for some owners in damp conditions that gamed them.

To maintain the aesthetic of the original, the new T22 series will have what Cameron is calling a tactical matte black finish (same great look but much easier to care for). Or, to use another quote from Scotty, “the new T22 is meant to be gamed.”

Another update to the original is the T22’s Teryllium insert has been given an improved elastomer vibration dampening membrane.  Thanks to years of building and producing multi-piece putters, along with testing and feedback from the worlds best players, Cameron has brought that cumulative knowledge to this new series to provide golfers with uncompromised feel.

Now don’t think for a second that even with all of these new touches and features, history will be ignored. The new Teryllium series will still have the very distinct and instantly recognizable elastomer-filled dots in the cavity. Honestly, even from a distance, it’s extremely easy to identify a Teryllium, which is part of the beauty of it.

Like anything well designed (NOT just golf clubs), objects that are considered the most iconic or culturally relevant only take a second to be identified. Think a glass bottle of Coke, the headlights on a Porsche, the lines of 60s muscle cars—always slightly evolving but never straying from the lineage. Don’t forget the cover either

Scotty Cameron T22 models, extras, and availability

Available in golf shops beginning Aug. 16 and for pre-order soon.

Teryllium T22 putters will be available in 3 models:

  • Newport
  • Newport 2
  • Fastback 1.5

Like the Select line, all three models will have adjustable stability heel-toe weighting in standard configurations and also for custom orders.

 

 

 

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Ryan Barath is part of the Digital Content Creation Team for GolfWRX. He hosts the "On Spec" Podcast on the GolfWRX Radio Network which focuses on discussing everything golf, including gear, technology, fitting, and course architecture. He is a club-fitter & master club builder with more than 17 years of experience working with golfers of all skill levels, including PGA Tour players. He is the former Build Shop Manager & Social Media Coordinator for Modern Golf. He now works independently from his home shop and is a member of advisory panels to a select number of golf equipment manufacturers. You can find Ryan on Twitter and Instagram where he's always willing to chat golf, and share his passion for club building, course architecture and wedge grinding.

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  1. Matt

    Sep 3, 2019 at 6:48 am

    Funny how many people trash the putter, like they are so good at the game that they have the intelligible insight to tell Scotty how he should and shouldn’t make putters. Laughable folks. To those of you who don’t want one, good for you, you won’t be able to get one anyway (except for eBay maybe, if you have a grand to spend). Let’s all stop letting our mouths outrun our brains for a minute and think about the fact that a bunch of people on this comment thread are downing a putter that has won more professional tournaments than their cumulative scramble records. ????. The putter is gorgeous…get over it.

  2. A. Commoner

    Aug 4, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Missing something….this material is so fantastic and in such demand that it hasn’t really been marketed for many years. Huh!

  3. s

    Jul 29, 2019 at 6:48 am

    I want the button backs, Scotty! Like the one Koepka has but in a notchback. Along with the button colors I can customize. These TeI3 putters are so hard to maintain rust free. And I have Trypophobia…

  4. James Isle

    Jul 9, 2019 at 10:33 am

    Scotty make me one of each on Lefty…..please.

  5. joro

    Jul 9, 2019 at 9:15 am

    So the great Copycat has run out of things to copy so he is reinstating the Terrilium face. Looks like I have a fortune with my 2 or maybe three old terrarium insert putters in Left Handed.. And I see they are already lining up to spend 500 Bucks for them, lol, what a joke.

  6. JP

    Jul 8, 2019 at 11:05 pm

    Guaranteed OVER $500. And no thanks…

  7. Mike Weir

    Jul 8, 2019 at 8:17 pm

    Scotty if you are reading this, please make some in LEFTY!!
    20% of America and 70% of Canada is asking for it 🙂

    • joro

      Jul 12, 2019 at 3:54 pm

      At 6 Bills a pop and you are starving for it along with most of Canadas Lefty ? I have some property on a Mountain side for sale, how about it? I will sell you a lefty TM with the same insert for half that price. Thank you

  8. TWShoot67

    Jul 8, 2019 at 5:04 pm

    Newport should be naked. Site line makes it a pass for me.

  9. Fluff

    Jul 8, 2019 at 3:49 pm

    LOL … now Scotty starts copying himself instead of Carsten

  10. Jim

    Jul 8, 2019 at 3:35 pm

    Back just a couple more years…best putters Cameron ever made (IMNSHO) were the clean, simple Gun Blues and OIL CANS of the mid-late 90s.

  11. PigB

    Jul 8, 2019 at 2:46 pm

    Would have loved to have seen a Newport 3.

  12. Wally

    Jul 8, 2019 at 2:35 pm

    I still have my 1998 long neck stainless steel teryllium putter, get it refinished every few years or so. Love the looks of the long style neck putters.

  13. JB

    Jul 8, 2019 at 2:33 pm

    I’m buying one the day they are available!! Absolute class.

  14. LD

    Jul 8, 2019 at 12:59 pm

    Great looking putter. Will definitely consider one.

  15. Travesty

    Jul 8, 2019 at 12:04 pm

    Yeah… I’ll buy one

  16. James

    Jul 8, 2019 at 11:52 am

    Dear God let there be a lefty!!!!!

    • JMac

      Jul 8, 2019 at 12:54 pm

      Just got off the phone with custom shop and he said he didn’t think they would be available in lefty ????????????

  17. Jordan

    Jul 8, 2019 at 11:35 am

    Man was really hoping that Newport 2 was a tri-sole like the old ones. Atleast the bumpers on the Newport are pretty damn close to 009. I remember when he sent out the email last year about whether or not he should release a button back again, this will do Scotty, this will do.

  18. ashton

    Jul 8, 2019 at 11:29 am

    Awesome! My favorite putter of all time is being rereleased – i hope they do a good job.

    annnnnnnnd removable weights. nevermind. not interested.

  19. Ralph Martello

    Jul 8, 2019 at 10:55 am

    will this be available in left hand?

  20. Johnny Newbern

    Jul 8, 2019 at 10:48 am

    Take my money.

  21. DB

    Jul 8, 2019 at 10:46 am

    Price?

    • JMac

      Jul 8, 2019 at 12:31 pm

      Looks like $600

      • 2putttom

        Jul 8, 2019 at 4:07 pm

        Scotty’s the most copied… I mean counterfeited putters in the world.

  22. B

    Jul 8, 2019 at 10:42 am

    Cash in while you can, Scotty.
    But nobody likes those weight on the bottom

    • HKO

      Jul 8, 2019 at 11:36 am

      i do. the only prob of the good ol’ ones was their light weight. this revision seems alright-er than the most o’ recent ugly SCs in fact.

      • B

        Jul 9, 2019 at 1:53 am

        The weights make them all feel cheap and not solid though

  23. Dan

    Jul 8, 2019 at 10:36 am

    I still use mine

  24. joe

    Jul 8, 2019 at 10:23 am

    They command a premium, but let’s hope the price of these is a REASONABLE premium.

  25. David

    Jul 8, 2019 at 10:22 am

    I’ll stick with my original newport 2 teryllium. Nothing wrong with carbon steel if you take care of your equipment. Easily one of the most recognizable putters from afar.

    • Julian

      Jul 25, 2019 at 9:32 pm

      unless you live in a climate that doesn’t allow you to use cabon steel with a raw finish like the PNW!

  26. Ayres13

    Jul 8, 2019 at 9:56 am

    I wish he ran a Newport 3 model as well. I would have jumped all over that, but these just don’t make the cut.

  27. Cdub

    Jul 8, 2019 at 9:36 am

    Was all in until I saw the sight line on the Newport. What a shame.

    • Richard

      Jul 8, 2019 at 10:43 am

      The Newport is much better looking than the Newport 2 and the sight line is a no brainer IMO. People put sight lines on their golf balls in addition to whats on the putter. It would make sense for them to make the production version with a sight line and allow custom orders without than the other way around. They probably put the sight line on the last Newport to compare retail sales against Newport 2.

  28. Eric Hutchens

    Jul 8, 2019 at 9:26 am

    Beautiful and classy!

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Only two of the world’s featured tours were in action this week, but the golf that they provided was memorable and historic. Not the type of historic that you find in school books, but certainly the type that golf aficionados point to, down the road. On the one hand, a prodigious yet poliarizing talent demonstrated complete control down the stretch, during his march to a 2nd World Golf Championship victory. On the other, a precocious competitor joined into a talented triumvirate with a marvelous birdie at the last, to secure an inaugural PGA Tour championship.Tuesday Tour Rundown is back, for this week only!

WGC-Mexico flies away in the hands of Patrick Reed 

Golf Twitter, depending on your perspective, is either entertaining or inflamatory. As happens in the world today, people take sides. In the case of Patrick Reed, that’s not difficult. One either forgives (or denies) Reed’s free interpretation (on multiple occasions) of the rules and their enforcement, or one preserves a disregard for a leading player who simply doesn’t act like one. What isn’t up for debate, is Reed’s seizure of this week’s World Golf Championship in Mexico. What looked for so long like a Bryson-DeChambaeau win, ultimately stowed away in Patrick Reed’s check-on pouch.

The tournament came down to the aforementioned duo. Both Jon Rahm and Erik Van Rooyen swam along the margin, but neither made enough of a Sunday move to figure in the outcome. Both, in fact, tied for 3rd place, 2 back of DeChambeau and 3 behind the champion. Bryson and his on-display muscles barged out of the 10th-hole gate like a man (and muscles) on a mission. Birdies at 4 of the first 5 holes on the inward half, staked him to a 2-shot advantage. Over the closing four, however, the magic went away, and a bogey at the penultimate hole brought him back to 17-under par.

Reed looked like a man playing for second. His long game was nothing exceptional, but his putter kept him afloat, time and again. And then, whatever DeChambeau had in his water bottle, came over to Reed. Birdies at 15, 16 and 17 suddenly brought the 2-shot advantage to the 2018 Masters champion. Even the cough of an expectorant fan, mid-backswing on the 18th, was not enough to convulse the champion. A closing bogey made the margin closer than it was, and Reed jumped from 33rd to 5th in the FedEx Cup standings.

PGA Tour Puerto Rico is Viktor Hovland’s debut decision

It wasn’t as mauling as Tyson Fury’s technical decision over Deontay Wilder, but Viktor Hovland and Josh Teater came down the stretch in Puerto Rico, like a pair of pugilists. The young Norwegian, Hovland, was pitted against the career grinder, Teater. First it was the veteran, with 3 birdies on the opening nine, to reach minus-19. Hovland chipped away, with a birdie at 5, and a 2nd at 10. And then, Teater hit Hovland with a right-cross (or Hovland hit himself with a sucker punch; you make the call.) Triple bogey! A startling six at the 11th, dropped Hovland into a tie with Teater (bogeys of his own on 10 and 11) who now had new life … and new pressure.

To his credit, Teater didn’t back down. He made birdies at 15 and 17, to recoup the lost shots at the turn. Unfortunately for him, tour victory the first would have to wait. Hovland, the Oklahoma State alumnus, made a sensational eagle at the 15th, to counter Teater’s birdie, and reclaim the advantage. The pair reached the 18th tee, a par five, all square, and it was there that Hovland dealt the final thrust. He took every bit of break out of a 25-feet birdie putt, and banged it into the hole. With the win, Hovland joined Matthew Wolff and Collin Morikawa as anticipated winners who actually won. Now comes the hard part: winning again and reaching a new echelon of champion.

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Morning 9: Bamberger on Reed | Courage Award for M. Hoff | Ogilvy on “dumbed down” golf

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1. Hard to root for
Doesn’t seem like Michael Bamberger will be buying a Patrick Reed jersey anytime soon… Points worth reading from one of the most prominent voices in the game, however…
  • “…Reed, among others, has treated the incident as no big deal. I think it is. I have talked to World Golf Hall of Famers who feel the same way. They feel that Reed did nothing to make golf better on that Friday afternoon in early December, but in fact did the opposite. Golf took a step that day in the direction of the NBA, the NFL, MLB. A step toward catch me if you can. Golf with that as its prevailing ethos would be a different game.”
  • “…My view (this space is reserved for columnizing) is that Reed has to earn back my trust. That stance is not based on anything that happened with his parents years ago (he is estranged from them) or when he attended the University of Georgia, where he was thrown off the golf team for various incidents. It’s not because of his over-the-top body language while helping the U.S. win the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine, and it’s not because of his inane remarks about his pairings after the U.S. loss at the 2018 Ryder Cup in France.”
2. Courage Award; what’s next for Morgan Hoffmann
PGATour.com’s Helen Ross…“On Monday, Hoffman became the fourth recipient of the PGA TOUR Courage Award, joining Erik Compton (2013), Jarrod Lyle (2015) and Gene Sauers (2017). The award is presented to a player who, through courage and perseverance, has overcome adversity to make a meaningful contribution to the game.”
  • “It was really a shock and something that is obviously very special with the past recipients and how much they have done and what they have been rewarded for,” Morgan says. “And to be a part of that is very humbling, but obviously it’s a situation that you don’t want to be in.
  • “But I’m accepting it with as much gratitude as I can and hopefully, I can really help our foundation and make a change in people’s lives.”
3. The only critic he pays attention to
Golf Digest’s Brian Wacker…”Even his victory on Sunday was a reminder of controversies past. In 2014, Reed won the same tournament when it was played at Trump Doral in Miami. That year, in a taped interview with NBC that aired during the final round, Reed declared himself a top-five player in the world, a remark that came off as cocky and was generally not well-received, considering Reed was just 23 at the time, hadn’t played in a major yet and had started the week ranked 44th in the world.”
  • “Since then, Reed has racked up several notable wins, including his 2018 Masters triumph…When this latest controversy will wash away, who knows. In the meantime, Reed is now up to No. 8 in the world after his latest victory over a world-class field.”
  • “I think the biggest thing is, I’ve grown as a player,” he said. “I’ve not allowed too many things to bother me, the highs and lows in golf, especially through a round of golf.”
4. Final USO qualifying sites announced
The Golf Channel Digital team…”The USGA announced Monday the list of 12 final qualifying sites, the venues whereby approximately half the field will punch their ticket to this summer’s U.S. Open. After conducting 109 local, 18-hole qualifiers from late April to early May, the USGA will turn their attention to a dozen 36-hole qualifiers held across four different countries.”
  • “Several final (previously sectional) qualifying sites are familiar, and for the second year in a row there will be a qualifier held in Canada ahead of the RBC Canadian Open. But two courses are hosting final qualifiers for the first time: Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club in Oregon and The Club at Admiral’s Cove in Florida.”
5. “Dumbed me down”
Remarks from Geoff Ogilvy on playing the modern game…”Questions like, “should I hit a big slice here?” or “should I just lay-up short of that pond?” hardly ever enter my head these days. Just about every time I have a perfect club in my bag for the shot I am faced with. I just dial it in and hit it. All of which does, of course lead to better results for me as a professional. But I can’t help feeling it has “dumbed me down” as a golfer.”
  • “Another example: I am way better out of sand now than I was when I was, say, two. By far. But I’m only better hitting ‘Tour’ bunker shots. On Tour we have similar sand just about every week. The greens are similar every week. So I became really, really good at that shot. But that is a much narrower band of shots than I grew up playing in Melbourne. There, the bunkers vary from course to course. And, playing amateur tournaments all over the place, I was faced with wildly different conditions just about every time out.”
6. WAPA moves dates
Golf Channel’s Nick Menta…“The R&A announced last Friday that it has rescheduled the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific Championship for Oct. 7-10 at Siam Country Club in Pattaya, Thailand.”
  • “The event was originally scheduled Feb. 12-15 but postponed as a result of the continued outbreak of coronavirus.”
  • “We will continue to monitor the situation and liaise with the authorities to ensure we can stage the championship safely in October. We are looking forward to a successful week of golf and crowning the 2020 champion,” Martin Slumbers, chief executive of the R&A, said in a statement.” 
7. Women’s Golf Day returns
Our Gianni Magliocco…“Women’s Golf Day in 2020 looks set to be a record-breaking year, and for clubs signing up before March 1st, they can now avail of free location registration for the event which takes place on June 2, 2020.”
  • “A dedicated day to celebrate the female golf game, in 2019 Women’s Golf Day saw more than 900 events taking place in a whopping 52 countries.”
  • “With more locations and people participation planned for the 2020 event, the team behind WGD is offering free location registration with code VIP2020 to anyone signing up before March 1st.”
  • “Along with a new website, for 2020 the celebration is set to have an even greater global reach with WGD now taking place in all continents across the world, with different events also being arranged for the run-up to the main event.”

 

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Morning 9: Shh… | Hovland breaks through | PGL CEO speaks | Greatest putt ever?

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1. “Shhhhhh…”
Steve DiMeglio for Golfweek writes this regarding Patrick Reed’s WGC win…”A week that began with more biting criticism about his escapade in the sand in the Bahamas last December ended with an emphatic response from Patrick Reed.”
  • “Reed blocked out all the noise, deflected the condemnations and accusations of cheating and then stormed from behind during a tense back nine Sunday to win the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship at Club de Golf Chapultepec.”
  • “En route to his second WGC title and eighth PGA Tour victory, the 2018 Masters champion shot rounds of 69-63-67-67 to finish at 18 under and one shot clear of Bryson DeChambeau. Reed scrambled for a finishing bogey after driving it into the trees and two-putted from 34 feet for the win.”
2. Hovland breaks through
AP report…”Viktor Hovland rolled in a 30-foot birdie putt on the final hole to capture his maiden PGA Tour victory in dramatic fashion at the Puerto Rico Open.”
  • “Hovland started the day with a one-shot lead, and at one point he built a three-shot advantage midway through the round. But after overcoming an ill-timed triple bogey, he was facing the prospect of a playoff with journeyman Josh Teater as he played the par-5 closing hole.”
  • “After his wedge came up short as rain fell in Rio Grande, the 22-year-old buried the birdie putt to finish the week at 20 under after a final-round 70 and polish off a breakthrough win.”
3. PGL CEO speaks
Golfweek’s Steve DiMeglio reporting…”Andrew Gardiner, the league’s CEO, is the voice behind the league and he spoke for 90 minutes on the British-based golf show podcast hosted by Rick Shiels.”
  • “Gardiner, a London-based director at Barclays Capital, said the Premier Golf League would run from January through August and consist of 12 four-man teams, with Gardiner saying the owner or the leader of each team would pick two players to count for the team score prior the start of the first round.”
  • “Players would be required to play all 18 events, with each featuring 54 holes, shotgun starts, no cut and no dress code. Each of the first 17 events would have a $10 million purse, with the season-ending playoff tournament boasting a $40 million purse. An individual champion will also be crowned in the final event.”
  • “The goal is for the league to begin in 2022.”
4. PGL short on substance?
Golfweek’s Eamon Lynch…”For all the attention Premier Golf League has garnered, it’s still little more than spitballs against a whiteboard. There’s the promise of financing, but no hard assets. No players. No tournaments. No infrastructure. McIlroy’s stiff-arming isn’t quite a fatal blow – he admitted that if everyone else jumps then he’ll have to follow – but having the world No. 1 say he’ll join only at gunpoint doesn’t much recommend it to his peers. Guys like Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose have teased interest, but they are players who don’t have the longest competitive runway ahead of them.”
  • “To be viable, PGL needs commitments from multiple younger stars, and the biggest star in that constellation just said no. Six years after it was conceived, Premier Golf League is all promise, no delivery.”
  • “That PGL has lingered for so long speaks to the depthless focus on finances among some players and agents, but also to how urgently the PGA Tour needs a reckoning with its own reality. Because even Woods predicts this will not be the last renegade challenge the Tour faces.”
5. Ignoring the noise
ESPN’s Bob Harig…”The noise, at times, can be deafening, deflating. It is certainly distracting. Patrick Reed admits as much because it would be nearly impossible to say or do otherwise.”
  • “And so it was that Reed had not one, but two grenades tossed his way this week in the wake of Sandy-gate in the Bahamas, the “cheating” scandal that continues to dog him.
  • “For reasons of his own making, that controversy lingers, but Reed thrives amid chaos. We’ve seen it at the Ryder Cup and throughout the last few months as he’s endured his share of taunting and jeers, from spectators, fellow competitors and commentators.”
6. “I just suck at chipping”
Candor from the young man from Norway! Hovland found himself unwittingly playing the part of a 20-handicapper on the par-3 11th hole at the Puerto Rico Open…
Golf Channel’s Will Gray…”Hovland chunked a chip shot from near the cart path, then failed to reach the green again with his third. It added up to a triple bogey which erased his advantage and put his tournament chances in peril.”
  • “Hovland ranks 230th on Tour this season in strokes gained: around the green, and he didn’t mince any words when asked about what went wrong on No. 11.”
  • “I just suck at chipping,” Hovland said. “I definitely need to work on my short game, and I was 100 percent exposed there on that hole.”
7. A show for the home crowd
Cameron Morfit for PGATour.com on the two Mexicans who teed it up at the WGC-Mexico…”Meanwhile, Abraham Ancer, who grew up in Mexico and Texas and was the breakout star of the Presidents Cup in December, also shot a final-round 68 to finish 9 under (T12).”
  • “The previous best finish by a Mexican player here was Ancer’s T39 last year.”
  • “It was a very fun week,” Ancer said. “I think I left a couple of birdies out there, but my game was quite solid. I hit it very well from the tee, and I’ve got a couple of notes on things to improve for next year, but I’m happy. Each year I’ve been able to get a little better.”
  • “The highlight Sunday for Ancer: stuffing his tee shot to within tap-in range at the par-3 17th, where fans chanted his nickname (Turco, or Turk) as he walked to the green.”
8. Headed for Augusta National
Golfweek’s Adam Woodard…”In 46 days, the eyes of the golf world will be on Augusta National for the Masters, where van Rooyen will compete for the first time. He qualified for the Masters by finishing inside the top 50 of the final OWGR last year.”
  • “As a freshman in college in 2009 at Minnesota, the Golden Gophers played in Augusta State’s tournament, held the weekend before the Masters. Van Rooyen and his Minnesota teammates got tickets to Monday’s practice round.”
  • “I remember Tiger was warming up with Fred Couples, Trevor Immelman was on the range, and I guess you go see some iconic holes, No. 1, walked a few holes, and then went to Amen Corner,” recalled van Rooyen after Friday’s round in Mexico City. “Thirteen is a much bigger dogleg than what it seems on TV, and then we just kind of spent some time there, bought a little bit of merchandise, as everybody does, and yeah, just kind of tried to soak it in.”
9. Move over, Bobby Locke! 
Woodard again…”86-year-old Mary Ann Wakefield…[made] one of the most impressive putts you’ll ever see from the full length of a college basketball court.
  • “During the Ole Miss men’s basketball game against Alabama on Saturday night as part of the Cannon Motors of Mississippi Putt for a Car challenge, Wakefield had a 94-foot putt on hardwood to win a new 2020 Nissan Altima.”
  • “She absolutely buried it, dead center.”

 

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