Rules of this thread: It is not about the merits of the proposed rule change. It is not about the rule at all, so let's not digress into any arguments that belong in this thread.
OK, now that that is out of the way, here is my thought: I am interested in following along with the guys who need to make a change over the course of the next 19 months, and how they are going about doing it. So if you read a story about Adam Scott practicing with a short putter, or something like that, post it here. I may be the only one, and this thread will die a quick death, but if anybody else finds it interesting, maybe this will take off.
I'll go first:
I just read yesterday that Keegan Bradley went "anchorless" for the first round of the Memorial on Thursday. ...
Bradley did not use a belly putter for the first time in his PGA Tour career, and it worked out just fine. He knocked in a 12-foot birdie putt on his opening hole, added four more birdies for a 5-under 67 and was one shot out of the lead among the early starters at Muirfield Village.
"I'm totally in a trial period here," said Bradley, whose best score in eight previous rounds was a 71. "I'm not in any way saying I'm switching for good from now on. This is just for right now and this week."