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- Paul CrawfordDespite opposition from the PGA Tour and PGA of America, the USGA and R&A enact the rules change first proposed in November: Starting Jan. 1, 2016, players will no longer be allowed to affix or "anchor" the putter to their bodies. Read The Story
- Richard Heathcote / Getty ImagesDon't expect Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia to hug it out anytime soon. Speaking publicly for the first time since their Players Championship spat, Garcia said, 'Tiger doesn't make a difference to my life. And I know that I don't make a difference to his life.' Read The Story
- APFrom Leo Diegel in the 1920s to the first President Bush [above] in the 1990s to Adam Scott at the 2013 Masters, anchored putters have made a lasting impression. As we say "so long" to the long putter, here are the Greatest Moments in Anchoring History. See The Photos
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The Round Of Your Life Johnny Miller shares seven keys that helped him make history at the '73 U.S. Open -- and how they can help you.