USGA statement on comment period for proposed anchoring ban
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Feb 24, 2013 4:51 PM ET
FAR HILLS, N.J., (February, 24, 2013) – The United States Golf Association (USGA) today released the following statement related to the 90-day comment period for proposed Rule 14-1b, which would ban anchoring the club when making a stroke.
"The 90-day comment period remains a very good process. We continue to listen to varying points of view, and have had many productive conversations across the golf community, which is a reminder of just how much people care about the game regardless of their position on this issue."
"As we consider the various perspectives on anchoring, it has always been our position that Rule 14-1b aims to clarify and preserve the traditional and essential nature of the golf stroke, which has helped to make golf a unique and enjoyable game of skill and challenge.
"It is our plan to take final action on the proposed rule in the spring."
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