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Harry Manion, the Boston-area attorney who has been counseling a collection of PGA Tour players who use long putters since January, confirmed to GolfChannel.com on Friday that Masters champion Adam Scott is among the coalition that opposes the ban on anchoring.
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Next week's Memorial tournament at Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio will feature one of the season's strongest fields with the world's top six players all taking part in the PGA Tour event hosted by Jack Nicklaus.
18 hrs ago | Central Western Daily
WENTWORTH Golf Club professional Todd Brakenridge doesn't have a problem with golfers in the Central West anchoring their putts.
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Ernie Els has predicted a legal battle over the ban on anchoring putters set to come into force in 2016 and admitted he would not have won last year's British Open without a long putter.
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Before determining whether a putt breaks to the right or left of the cup, golfers will have to make another calculation first.
The sport's governing bodies the United States Golf Association and the R&A in Europe officially adopted Rule 14-1b which, simply, makes anchoring the club illegal while putting.
Adam Scott is one of pro golf's poster boys for players inclined to anchor the long putter against the body.
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem has plenty of allies in his opposition of the decision made by the Royal & Ancient and the United States Golf Association to ban the anchoring of the putting stroke.
Tour pros were vocal when the anchored putting ban was proposed in December. When the ban became official Tuesday morning, players didn't have quite as much to say, but some golfers still voiced their support, displeasure and confusion over the ruling.
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