Arnold Palmer made himself perfectly clear Wednesday morning at Bay Hill on the eve of his Arnold Palmer Invitational: No bifurcation. No anchored putting.
“I don’t think golf has a place for two sets of rules,” he said. “And I think it’s very, very important and may be a key to the future success of the game of golf.”
And, he added, “I’ve objected to the long putter from the very beginning. You don’t need a contraption to play the game of golf.”