English tour pro Eddie Pepperell joked an unpleasant fate awaits the person responsible for stealing his valuable training aid.
The ProSendr is a popular training aid and is often spotted on the range at Tour events across the globe.
Essentially, the device allows you to understand how to develop proper wrist angles throughout the golf swing.
Rory McIlroy often uses one to fine-tune his swing. They aren't cheap and retail at $169.99.
"Don't want to jump to a hasty conclusion, but it would appear somebody out here in Qatar has stolen my ProSendr," wrote Pepperell.
Rory McIlroy was using the ProSENDR, the training aid developed by Sean Foley and David Woods, on the range today at Muirfield Village. Helped him get his hands where he wants them in the backswing. Seeing this device more and more often on ranges at events. pic.twitter.com/Pdt7jHsoJA— Dan Rapaport (@Daniel_Rapaport) May 31, 2023
He wrote: "Mine got nicked in Oz! Apparently there's a ProSendr thief lurking in the shadows."
In response to that, Pepperell wrote: "Adam Scott isn't here this week so can't be him this time."
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The Qatar Masters will be played over 8-11 February at Doha GC. Finland's Sami Valimaki is the defending champion.
There is a total prize purse of $2.5m.
Don't want to jump to a hasty conclusion, but it would appear somebody out here in Qatar has stolen my ProSendr... pic.twitter.com/DOJQq3s6v8— Eddie Pepperell (@PepperellEddie) February 5, 2024
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