Spaun can relate. He said he fiddled with several Scotty Cameron models of late using different putters at the AT&T Byron Nelson and last week’s Travelers Championship before going back to the putter that has always brought him his greatest success.
McDowell and Comboy agree that his game has been trending in the right direction for the past few months with nothing to show for it. He narrowly missed the cut at two European Tour events in the Middle East and by a bunch at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am last week. All he said was missing was a dose of confidence.
Woods who spent last week practicing in the Bahamas said he began experimenting with different styles and shapes of putters early last week after missing the cut at the U.S. Open. He also confirmed that this week’s tournament is scheduled to be his only start before the Open Championship at Carnoustie.