Let's debate: Controversy good for the game?
Steve Sands, Geoff Shackelford, John Feinstein and David Fay discuss the many controversies from the 2013 season and how it will affect the game of golf.
Golfing World: McIlroy's 63 and Stenson on home soil
Friday’s GW News brings you news of Rory McIlroy’s opening round 63 at the Memorial Tournament. We also round up the latest from the Nordea Masters and why one of the LPGA majors is changing its name.
No. 5 Newsmaker of 2013: Anchored stroke
GolfChannel.com writers Rex Hoggard, Randall Mell and Ryan Lavner sit down to discuss anchoring and why it’s the fifth biggest newsmaker of 2013.
Golfing World: Woods out of the U.S. Open & Keegan puts his belly away at Memorial
Thursday’s GW News brings you the latest from Tiger Woods, who has confirmed he will not play at this year’s U.S Open at Pinehurst.
Bradley tosses the anchor
Advised by his mom and aided by Michael Jordan, Keegan Bradley tosses the anchored putting style overboard.
Grandfather clause on recreational anchoring likely doomed
The bid by Tim Finchem and Ted Bishop for a grandfather clause covering anchoring by recreational ams isn't likely to succeed.
USGA won't extend anchoring 'grandfather period'
The U.S. Golf Association will not enact a 'grandfather' extension to the anchoring ban beyond 2016.
Clark: 2016 anchor ban had 'been on my mind'
Perhaps no player will be affected by the anchoring ban more than Tim Clark, who has a genetic condition that prevents him from turning his forearms and wrists inward.