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    Is there legal recourse against the anchored putter ban?

    Barring a position reversal by the governing bodies of golf or a dramatic legal challenge to the anchoring rule, the anchored stroke will no longer be permitted at any level on Jan. 1, 2016. The anchoring ban...

    • Posted 241 days ago
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  • Kuchar Putter Spotlight-1
    Bettinardi Kuchar Model 1 Putter: Editor Review

    Pros: Very stable during the stroke, and unbelievably good looking at address. The F.I.T. Face feels soft, and the Pewter PVD finish is both beautiful and durable. Cons: With arm lock putters, length is flexible. But golfers will need...

    • Posted 324 days ago
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  • Anchor Putter Ban
    Does it Mean A Thing if it Ain’t Got That Swing?

    Golf cultivates a sense of continuity throughout the generations. The rules, the equipment and even the players have evolved. But with a little squinting to blur the differences, players from different centuries can be both treasured and...

    • Posted 336 days ago
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  • anchored putter
    Tour’s anchored putter explanation doesn’t add up

    This week, PGA Commissioner Tim Finchem threw a new ingredient into the potboiler that is the anchored putter debate. Just when it looked like the USGA and the R&A had a clear path to send the broomstick...

    • Posted 423 days ago
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  • Adam Scott Long Putter
    USGA, R&A propose anchor ban

    The USGA and R&A have proposed a change to the Rules of Golf that will prohibit the anchoring of a club in during all strokes, including during putting. The proposed rule will fall under Rule 14-1b, and...

    • Posted 500 days ago
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