Amateurs will not get a reprieve when the anchored putting stroke goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2016.
Why not do it now to show unity about having one set of rules?
Tiger Woods reiterated his position on the anchored putting debate Wednesday, saying that he doesn't believe the practice should be allowed.
There's no shortage of anchor ban opinions, but one that doesn't fly? That's the belief that golfers would quit the game if not allowed to anchor their putters, ESPN.com's Bob Harig writes.
As the comment period comes to a close Thursday on the proposed anchor ban, Bob Harig combs through the arguments to shed light on the topic.
Two months ago, the anchor ban seemed all but a done deal. Now, the powers that be in golf appear to be at loggerheads. How'd that happen?
Could the PGA Tour go against a long-standing tradition of following the Rules of Golf when it comes to the anchor ban? Growing sentiment seems to point toward a possible rift, ESPN.com's Bob Harig writes.