Scott not concerned - yet - with anchor ban


PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – Six hundred and four days.

That’s how long before the anchored putting stroke becomes illegal, but Adam Scott said Wednesday that he isn’t thinking about it yet.

“I'm treating it as not a big deal to me,” said Scott, who still anchors his putter. “I think I can figure out a pretty good solution. There are a lot of options available, and I think I can pick one up pretty quickly, just like I picked up the long putter and anchored it. It didn't take me long. It wasn't a big transition. So I think I can go to some modified style or a shorter putter or something and be OK. 

“So I'm not thinking about it a lot. I'll do it at the end of next year.”