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The new rule does not ban the long putters, only the way they commonly are used. Golfers no longer will be able to anchor the club against their bodies to create the effect of a hinge.
Dottie Pepper is returning to golf broadcasting, signing a deal with ESPN that she calls a perfect fit of TV work and promoting junior golf.
The biggest rivalry in golf at the moment could be the heads of two different organizations on opposite sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
It's no coincidence that Adam Scott has played better in majors since finding consistency on the putting greens _ and he credits his anchored putting stroke for the improvement.
Golf is borrowing a page from football's "Punt, Pass and Kick" competition, with the finals held at the Super Bowl of golf courses _ Augusta National.
Arnold Palmer strongly stated his case Wednesday that golf doesn't need a "contraption" like the anchored putting stroke and the sport's success requires everyone to play by the same rules.
Tim Clark stated his case against the proposed ban on anchored strokes Wednesday night, saying he was frustrated by the lack of evidence from golf's governing bodies that using a long putter provides an advantage.
These should be happy times for golf.