A set of expensive PXG golf clubs went missing on the 16th hole during the Waste Management Phoenix Open last week, and Scottsdale Police are calling on the public to help with their investigation.
The clubs, belonging to Diamondbacks pitcher Archie Bradley, soon appeared being sold online hours after they had been stolen from TPC Scottsdale's famous par-3 16th hole during the Wednesday Pro-Am.
Scottsdale Police have since released an image of the suspected thief, who was spotted reeling away with the golf clubs over his shoulder...
Help us catch the suspect who stole Archie Bradley's golf clubs at the @WMPhoenixOpen. The suspect is a W/M, mid 20’s, 5'11", 180 lbs, full beard & a tattoo on his left forearm. He was last seen wearing a black hat, gray t-shirt, dark pants. @SilentwitnessAZ pic.twitter.com/TwckCzTKOA— ScottsdalePD (@ScottsdalePD) February 2, 2019
The stolen bag also had Bradley's phone and other personal accessories in there.
PXG delivered a new set of clubs for Bradley a day later, with balloons attached, and then on Sunday the clubs appeared to have turned up...
UPDATE Super Sunday Delivery! Can’t comment much due to investigation. But clubs and everything in it were found and are at home where they belong! Thank you to everyone who helped with all their tips! pic.twitter.com/pAHVmWato1— Archie Bradley (@ArchieBradley7) February 4, 2019