Farrell Evans examines the long-term impact of the PGA Tour's implementation of the anchored-putter ban beginning in 2016.
The USGA and R&A held their ground and took a stand against anchoring
Golf's ruling bodies -- the USGA and R&A -- are ready to make rulings on "anchoring" in putting. Who stands to lose the most if the belly putter technique is banned?
Could the anchoring debate overshadow the year's first major? If Adam Scott, who's in the field this week at the Tampa Bay Championship, were to win at Augusta, the ramifications could grow exponentially, writes ESPN.com's Farrell Evans.
Tim Finchem sits at the middle of a firestorm when it comes to the anchoring ban. No matter the final outcome, he faces a difficult balancing act, writes ESPN.com's Farrell Evans.
With golf's new anchoring ban, makers of belly and long putters just might use the ruling to break new ground on technology surrounding the flat stick, writes ESPN.com's Farrell Evans.