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- Kohjiro Kinno / SIGolf’s most important ruling body, led by Mike Davis, announced that anchored putting will no longer be allowed to muck up our great game. What has been known for months is now official: the USGA has onions, writes Alan Shipnuck. Read The Story
- 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
- Schecter Lee; Snap36If you're looking to buy a new flatstick that fits your game, we've got exactly what you need. For ClubTest 2013, we asked 40 amateurs just like you to test and review 24 new putters from the top club manufacturers. Read The Reviews
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