As anchoring debate ramps up, Stricker says he can see PGA Tour going own route

  • by: DOUG FERGUSON , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 19, 2013 - 6:42 PM

MARANA, Ariz. - Steve Stricker, once a strong supporter of banning the stroke used for long putters, shed some insight into the PGA Tour's position Tuesday when he said he would not be surprised to see the tour ignore the USGA if the ban is adopted.

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