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Zac Blair’s latest custom Scotty Cameron is one of his sickest yet

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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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  1. PJS

    Oct 7, 2017 at 9:53 am

    Yeah, looks great with the phantom Golf WRX hanging over every image. Morons, can’t even see the details.

    • Robert Parsons

      Oct 9, 2017 at 12:01 am

      Agreed.

      Nobody posts pictures like we do. Period.

  2. i bogey alot

    Oct 5, 2017 at 8:43 am

    really nothing special about it if you ask me , this guy gets a new putter every week. more putters than top 25’s . pretty sad

    • PS

      Oct 5, 2017 at 1:30 pm

      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

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Sungjae Im doing ‘Gangnam Style’ at Presidents Cup after-party is the must see video of the year

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If any golfer in the world deserves to let their hair down once in a while, then it’s Sungjae Im.

The 24-year-old was the joint top scoring International player at the Presidents Cup, after a season in which he competed in a whopping 26 events on the PGA Tour.

After a gruelling season and after a stellar performance at Quail Hollow, the South Korean was ready to party, and he did so in the most epic of ways.

In a video posted by Tony Finau, Im led the way at the Presidents Cup party going ‘Gangnam Style’ – debuted by his fellow countryman Psy back in 2012 – and as you can see, it lit up the room with both U.S. and International players cheering him on.

 

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The after-party sure looked like a wild time, as not only did Im show another side to him, but we also got to see Hideki Matsuyama’s caddie, Shota, have every U.S. player sign their names on his body.

No doubt some heads were sore on Monday morning, but by the looks of things it was probably worth it.

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Tour pro hit with 4-stroke penalty at Monday-qualifier after committing frustrating error

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During Monday’s qualifier for the Sanderson Farms Championship, former PGA TOUR winner Wesley Bryan was issued a rare penalty.

Carrying 15 clubs is against the rules, and Bryan realized he had one too many when he picked up a 7-iron that wasn’t the one he’d been using.

Bryan didn’t take the penalty too harshly, and even laughed it off after he came to the realization.

“That’s the wrong 7-iron – you can go and add four to my score boys!” Bryan said to his playing partners in Mississippi.

“Yeah we definitely have too many. We have two 7-irons in there – you handed that to me I was like ‘wait a second’ – Can you imagine if we were like 4 or 5-under at this point?”

Bryan was not in contention when he was assessed the four-shot penalty, which I’m sure led to his laid back reaction.

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Ian Poulter takes swipe at Justin Thomas over short putt complaints at Presidents Cup

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Over the weekend, Justin Thomas was involved in a dramatic Sunday singles battle with Si-Woo Kim, with the Korean eventually prevailing on the final hole of the day.

During that match, Thomas expressed his frustration at Kim not giving him a 3-foot putt on the ninth hole, with Thomas motioning that the putt may have been in ‘gimme’ range

Some found JT’s complaints hypocritical after a video had previously shown the 29-year-old shut down Jordan Spieth, who appeared to suggest giving Adam Scott a short putt earlier in the week.

Ian Poulter, known for his pedigree in match play singles, weighed in with his view on JT’s complaints, and unsurprisingly the Englishman had no sympathy for the two-time major champ, saying:

Poulter’s view appears to be the popular take on the matter, with plenty of golf fans frustrated with Thomas, who also admitted he had been ‘p*****d off’ with Si-Woo Kim for deciding to shush the crowd during their tense encounter on Sunday.

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