Zac Blair Disqualified from Wells Fargo After Using Non-Conforming Club

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Zac Blair admitted on Twitter that he let his emotions get the better of him during the second round of the Wells Fargo Championship.

Blair missed a birdie putt on the par-five fifth hole on Friday and proceeded to hit his putter against his head in frustration, causing the putter to bend.

After his Woody Austin-like freak out, Blair went ahead and tapped in for his par with the bent putter — a direct breach of rule 4-3b, which states: “If, during a stipulated round, a player’s club is damaged other than in the normal course of play, rendering it non-conforming or changing its playing characteristics, the club must not subsequently be used or replaced during the round.”

Blair alerted a rules official to the situation on the next hole and was disqualified.

He then took to Twitter:

At least he seems to be making the most of the situation.