Jim Tucker focuses on Adam Scott's new morning routine at home of waking up and putting on the green jacket.
Bob Harig on Scott's first press conference since the Masters, where the Masters champ budged a bit on anchoring in the future. A few millimeters to be exact.
In the interest of context, Scott's anchoring remarks in their entirety:
Q. Are you going to be relieved in any way when the USGA and R&A make their final decision on anchoring maybe just to get the debate out of the way? And if they do ban it and the TOUR goes along with it, do you have a backup plan for three years down the road to working a conventional putting method into your practice?
ADAM SCOTT: I think, yeah, I think I'll be relieved when it's all over and we can all get beyond it. I may or may not like the outcome of that, but I think we've all spent enough energy on it now, doing what they're doing.
No, I don't really have a backup plan. I'm just going to keep doing what I'm doing and deal with it then. I don't think there will be anything much for me to change. If I have to separate the putter a millimeter from my chest, then I'll do that.
Q. Will three years be enough time to prepare?
ADAM SCOTT: Yeah, tomorrow is enough time for me. I don't see myself putting any different looks‑wise. My hand will be slightly off my chest, probably.