Blick shot 63 with the superintendent's driver, random irons and the pro shop's wedges.
To say Cody Blick earned his Web.com Tour status today would be a massive understatement.
Blick sat at 10 under after the first three rounds of the Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament, three shots out of the top 40, heading into Sunday. That's significant because the top 40 and ties would receive exemptions into at least the first eight Web.com Tour events of next season.
On the night before one of the most pressure-packed rounds of his life, a nightmare scenario played out: he had his clubs stolen. Blick offered a $5,000 reward through an Instagram post.
They weren't recovered, so Blick threw together a hodgepodge set. According to the Mackenzie Tour Twitter acount—that's where Blick has played the last three seasons—it consisted of: the course superintendent's driver, "random" irons, the pro-shop's wedges and a heavier-than-usual-putter.
He shot a nine-under 63 to finish in a tie for 25th, earning himself starts in the first eight Web events of next season.
Cody Blick (@codyblick) woke up this morning and realized his clubs had been stolen.— Mackenzie Tour (@PGATOURCanada) December 9, 2018
He proceeded to fire 63 with the Superintendent’s driver, pro shop’s wedges, random irons and a heavier than usual putter to earn guaranteed @WebDotComTour starts #Tourjectory pic.twitter.com/nhFOAveCs6
Those are 24 hours he won't ever forget.