His clothes are distracting and effects his oppents giving him an unfair advantage, is that really to ridiculous to think of. Other sports have uniforms does that mean the USGA should pass rules stating the uniform rules is blue slacks and a white shirt. I'm really done debating about it, I think mark king is right. I'm gonna ask one last question, how does banning the belly putter make the game better? I want a real answer not "because the integrity of the game" BS either.
In that case no answer is going to convince you, so you might just as well bow out. The only possible answer is that there is a correct way of making a stroke, and anchoring the club to anything other than the hands and forearms isn't it. If that argument doesn't hold water for you, then sorry, but that's the only answer there is. You could as easily ask why does a baseball player get 4 balls, but only 3 strikes? Why not 5 and 4? It's because that's how it is. No logic, it's just the rule. At least there is some history and tradition behind the anchored stroke prohibition, but in the end, it's going to be the rule in 2016, and that's all that really matters.