I'm not sure from these comments if this means he's going to write a juicy letter, picket outside Golf House, start a Facebook page, give USGA walking officials that creepy glazed-eye look he gets before hitting a putt, or, file a big lawsuit. But it seems Keegan Bradley is going to take a stand against the inevitable USGA/R&A ban on anchoring putters against the torso.
He's talking exclusively to Alex Miceli in Dongguan, China:
“I'm going to do whatever I have to do to protect myself and the other players on Tour,” Bradley said. “I look at it as a whole, as us all together. I don't look at it as much about myself. I think that for them to ban this after we've done what we've done is unbelievable.”
**Miceli suggested Bradley means legal action during a Morning Drive appearance. He also used the word "legal" in his story lede, but Bradley is not quoted saying anything about a lawsuit.