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This infographic provides insightful information on the details surrounding Rule 14-1b. We encourage you to share this with your fellow golfers.
Take an interactive journey through Rule 14-1b that further explains the parameters of this Rule, which takes effect on January 1, 2016.
Information for players, club officials and tournament administrators on playing in conformance with Rule 14-1b.
A look at some of the strokes that will still be permitted following the January 1, 2016 implementation of Rule 14-1b.
A look at strokes that will be prohibited under the Rules of Golf following the January 1, 2016 implementation of Rule 14-1b.
The USGA and The R&A announced their approval of the adoption of Rule 14-1b, which will ban the use of anchored strokes, on May 20, 2013. You can read the full announcement here.
The USGA and The R&A released a joint statement that further explained the basis of the prohibition on anchoring the club when making a stroke.
Read the report from the USGA and R&A that fully lays out the decision to implement the ban on anchored strokes.
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