Keegan Bradley switches up putters for the Hero World Challenge

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Keegan Bradley will be using a standard length putter at this week’s Hero World Challenge. The American has been a keen advocate of anchored putting, and has openly expressed concerns over the impact of the ruling outlawing the anchoring technique from January 2016. However, Bradley insists his decision to switch is because of a disappointing year on the green rather than the upcoming ban.

LPGA Q school is underway at the Daytona Beach course in Florida, American Casey Grice leads after round one with a 66. Cheyenne Woods is two shots back after carding a 4 under par 68. Woods claimed her first professional title this year winning at the Australian Ladies Masters, and will hope to earn full LPGA status by finishing in the top 20 at the conclusion of play on Sunday. It’s a big weekend for the Woods family, with uncle Tiger making a return from injury layoff at the Hero World Challenge starting tomorrow.

And finally, Miguel Angel Jiménez hit the first shot of 2015 European Tour season at the Nedbank Golf Challenge. A strong field will compete at the Gary Player course in Sun City with many hoping to get a head start in the Race to Dubai rankings that Rory McIlroy won so convincingly last season.

Well that’s it from us today, join us tomorrow with more news from the golfing world, meanwhile stay in touch by visiting and join us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Thanks for watching.

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