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Tin Cup releases 'Breaking Bad' ball stencil

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“Over these past four or five months I’ve really grown up … and I am starting to become the person I want my kids to look up to. I don’t think I’ve even scratched the surface (of my potential) … And that was a really big part of what I’ve been doing, to help myself reach that potential.” – he said during an interview with ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi  - 

In a twist not even Vince Gilligan could have seen coming, Walter White is venturing into the golf business.

Tin Cup, a company known for their patented ball marking system, has unvieled their newest design, called the "Incognito." While they can't come right out and say it, it's a pretty obvious homage to the show "Breaking Bad," and its main character Walter White. The critically-acclaimed show ended its six-year run in September as one of the most-watched shows on cable in the U.S.

Tin Cup is showing off the design at this week's PGA Merchandise Show.

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In the video below, Golf Channel's Holly Sonders shows how easy it is to use Tin Cup on the set of "Morning Drive" from the PGA Merchandise Show.

The "Incognito" design retails for $19.99. For more information or to make a purchase, visit Tin Cup online.