Brooks Koepka was spotted taking a closer look at an armlock putter ahead of this week's Houston Open on the PGA Tour.
An image was taken on SIK Putters Instagram Story of Koepka putting the armlock into practice while on the range with compatriot Pat Perez.
We very much doubt Koepka will be using an armlock putter anytime on the PGA Tour, but it is interesting to see him at least weighing up such a possibilty.
As you all know, Koepka is due to face armlock-putting Bryson DeChambeau in a 12-hole Match in two weeks time over Thanksgiving, so perhaps the American is starting the mind games early?!
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Koepka is making his fourth start of the new PGA Tour season looking to get back on track following an indifferent start to his campaign that has consisted of ties for 67th, 38th and a missed cut thus far.
On the greens, Koepka currently ranks way down the field in strokes-gained putting at a lowly 152nd on the circuit (-.217).
The four-time major champion is also 142nd (-.408) when it comes to strokes-gained total on the PGA Tour so far this season.
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