As much as many of us wish it wasn't, the anchored stroke is part of golf culture right now, is it not? And short of the Hall of Fame part, couldn't the exact same argument be made for guys like Tim Clark, Carl Petterson, Scott McCarron, and half the guys on the senior tour?
But is there much difference here than the USGA having looked at anchored putting, and deemed it legal, 23 years ago?
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For the record, I was always very strongly against the DH. I was a 'National League' guy ... still am (Go Padres!) but my stance against the DH has softened a bit. I would prefer them go to a unified set of rules MORE than I would prefer that they dump the DH, so if adding the DH in the NL is easier than dumping it in the AL - and I suspect it is - then I'm (somewhat reluctantly) all for it.