Archie Bradley, whose clubs were stolen at Waste Management Phoenix Open, recovers his clubs

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- The Waste Management Phoenix Open brought stars, professional athletes, and at least one thief to TPC Scottsdale.

One could call the theft suspect the "golf club caper", as that person walked onto the course last week, and walked off with a set of clubs belonging to Diamondbacks' pitcher Archie Bradley.

On Monday, FOX 10 has learned the clubs are back with their rightful owner.

Bradley had quite the wild ride at the golf tournament. He started playing in the Pro-Am competition on January 30, but the good vibes didn't last. After his golf clubs went missing, Bradley posted a video to his verified Twitter account, after his golf clubs went missing.

Not all was lost, however, as PXG gifted Bradley a replacement set of clubs the next day.

On Saturday, Scottsdale Police posted a picture that shows the suspect who stole the Bradley's sticks. The suspect described as a 20-something, with a full beard and a left forearm tattoo.

The story has a happy ending, as Bradley posted a photo of him next to the clubs and bag that has his name and team logo on it. He says he can't comment much on the investigation, but the clubs and everything in the bag are back at home, where they belong.

Scottsdale Police have yet to made an arrest in the case.