This week? He’ll continue anchoring during the Travelers Championship, but maintained Wednesday that it’s a fluid situation.
“As of now, I'm just going to stick with the belly, stick with what I know, and kind of play it as I go,” he said. “I'm not going to say I'm going to switch for good or not switch. Right now, I'm going to go belly, and you never know, next week I could be shorty. It's nice to know in the back of my mind that it's all good, that I feel comfortable with it.”
Last year, the USGA and R&A issued a joint decision that anchoring would be deemed against the rules beginning on Jan. 1, 2016.
If there’s a clue as to when Bradley will make a permanent switch, he hinted toward it Wednesday.
“My goal is to make the Ryder Cup contending in these majors and then make a permanent switch. I feel as though it's easier going from belly to the short putter, because I feel like I've got so much more touch with the short putter. I really feel in the future I have the potential to putt better over the long term.”