Well golf fans it looks like the PGA Tour is finally going to break its silence concerning the proposed ban on anchored putters. With the clock running down on giving input to the USGA on the subject, the Tour is talking, and it doesn't sound like the USGA and R&A are going to like what they have to say. This should be real interesting as it plays out over the next few years.
In this edition of HtL we start off investigating what the PGA Tour's stance is on anchoring, then turn our attention to Obama and Tiger, and find out who doesn't belong in the WGHOF. Also, we look at Spencer Levin's year off, find out what Keegan sent out on Twitter, and do a wrap-up of the week's events. Read on!
Hole 1: Opposing Force
The PGA Tour may oppose the USGA's and R&A's decision to ban anchoring the putter. [Link]
Hole 2: Powerful Foursome
Tiger joined President Obama for a little golf over the weekend. [Link]
Hole 3: You Don't Belong!
Raymond Floyd is upset that the World Golf Hall of Fame is inducting those "Who don't belong." [Link]
Hole 4: Levin Out
Spencer Levin is out for the 2013 PGA Tour season after thumb surgery. [Link]
Hole 5: Fighting the Good Fight
Keegan Bradley tweeted a century old picture of a player using an anchored putter to show his disdain for the upcoming rule change. [Link]
Hole 6: Match Play
The WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship field is finalized. [Link]
Hole 7: Record Round
Stanford's Mariah Stackhouse sets a new NCAA record low round with a blazing 61. [Link]
Hole 8: Wire to Wire
Bernhard Langer gets his 17th win and the Champions Tour. [Link]
Hole 9: Northern Trust Open
John Merrick becomes the first LA native to win the Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club. [Link]