Zach Johnson and Kyle Stanley talk PGA Tour and putter ban

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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Kyle Porter began his sports writing career with CBS Sports in 2012. He covers golf, writes poetry about Rory McIlroy's swing, stays ready on Tiger watch and loves the Masters more than anyone you know.... Full Bio

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