European Tour: Stolen putters located in locker in Australia


Several of the putters stolen from the locker room at the European Tour's ISPS Handa World Super 6 have been found in a locker in Australia, according to one of the players who had their's taken

Connor Syme was one of the six players who had their putters stolen from their locker on Saturday night at the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth, but has confirmed his - along with other putters - have now been located. 

Syme took to social media to share the news, thanking everyone for their help and stating his one-of-a-kind custom Ping putter had been found (furthest right in the photo) in a locker in Australia and that he will be able to get it back. 

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"For everyone asking on update on putter, thankfully it has been located hidden in a locker in Australia and will be able to get it back. Thank you for everyone’s help and best interest in trying to get it back."

From the picture Syme posted on social media it appears that five of the seven stolen putters have been located. It's likely (though not confirmed) that the fourth putter on the right of the photo resembles Wade Ormsby Newport 2 Scotty Cameron putter, but the picture doesn't seem to show the back-up putter also taken from the Australian. 

wade ormsby

The solid red gripped Scotty Cameron putter also seems to match the one used by Adrien Saddier in photos from his instagram, although it is yet to be confirmed who the other four putters belong to. 


The players to have had their putters stolen were Syme, Ormsby, Saddier, Andrew Martin, Per Langfors and James Morrison. 

Updates to follow.