Michael Jordan said Thursday he did indeed refuse to change out of cargo shorts while playing golf recently at a Miami Beach country club, but he said he was hardly being a rebel.
Continue reading here: Golf course says Jordan’s shorts out of bounds
Nine-time major champion Gary Player believes the USGA/R&A ruling on Wednesday that banned the anchoring of clubs during a golf swing simply didn’t go far enough.
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Thailand’s Moriya Jutanugarn shot a 6-under 66 on Thursday to take a three-stroke lead after the second round of the LPGA Tour qualifying tournament.
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Gary Van Sickle
Gary answers your questions about the belly ban, plus an industry mogul weighs in (anonymously).
Go here to read the rest: Gary Van Sickle’s Mailbag: Anchored putting ban, plus a industry mogul weighs in
Bill Haas bogeyed two of the last three holes Thursday in the Nedbank Golf Challenge to slip back into a share of the first-round lead with Nicolas Colsaerts.
View post: Haas drops into tie with Colsaerts at Nedbank
Meen Whee Kim shot a 9-under 63 on Thursday on PGA West’s Stadium Course to take a one-stroke lead after the second round of the PGA Tour qualifying tournament.
Read more from the original source: Meen Whee Kim up 1 at PGA Q-school after 63
Nick Watney made birdie for the first time ever on the 14th hole at Sherwood during a strong back nine that carried him to a 5-under 67 and a two-shot lead Thursday in the World Challenge.
Read this article: Watney leads World Challenge; Tiger 3 back
|SLGA losing chairman as unity talks resumeScotsman
Just as amalgamation talks with the men's Scottish Golf
Union are about to begin again, Shona Malcolm will be retiring as chairman at the SLGA's annual meeting in January. She has already served a year more in the post than had been planned intially.
Here is the original post: SLGA losing chairman as unity talks resume – Scotsman
After the belly putting ruling came down, Keegan Bradley felt a bit of a stigma on his back. Now, after a 69 on Thursday, the major winner feels he’s got something to prove, writes ESPN.com’s Bob Harig.
Link: Harig: Keegan Bradley aims to rise above anchoring
The USGA and R&A announced a proposed rule that will ban anchoring the club during a putting stroke. The rule does not ban long or belly putters, but does forbid any part of the club coming into contact with the body.
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