The rules of golf can be complicated, even for the pros. But what happens if the game's sanctioning bodies can't agree on the rules? We might find out in 2016, when the USGA and Royal & Ancient Golf Club's proposed bans on anchoring -- using one's body to steady the club, as with a belly putter -- could take effect. Three of the last five major champions have used a belly putter, and PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem, in opposing the ban, said there's not enough evidence to suggest anchoring is giving players an advantage. While Finchem said most of the tour's player advisory council is against the ban, notable golfers including Tiger Woods support it. What's your take? Vote and comment below.

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