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Zach Johnson and Kyle Stanley talk PGA Tour and putter ban

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer

Stanley doesn't feel like his voice is being heard. (Getty Images)
Kyle Stanley doesn't feel like his voice is being heard. (Getty Images)

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Zach Johnson, Kyle Stanley, and Joe Ogilvie engaged in a pretty entertaining Twitter conversation Sunday about the PGA Tour's response to the proposed ban on anchored putters from the USGA and R&A.

First, Johnson supported PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem's stance, to which Kyle Stanley complained that it's not a democratic process:

Then Joe Ogilvie jumps in to try to make peace:

Stanley continues with his point that not all the golfers on tour get to weigh in:

Finall, Aaron Baddeley jumps in with an off-the-wall comment that actually raises some questions:

I would imagine this is going to be a common theme for the next few months among PGA Tour players. Some agreement, some disagreement, and generally a feeling of helplessness about the decisions their governing bodies are making.

Stay tuned. I think we're just getting started with this one.

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