Ryan Lavner with Tim Clark's candid comments after winning the Canadian Open.
The putter anchorer said he's been tinkering too much with his 2016 options and forgot about the present.
“I’ve kind of put it to the back now, and I’m going to just do with what I’ve got now and maybe give it more thought sometime next year,” he said.
That’s the same philosophy adopted by world No. 1 Adam Soctt, who said earlier this month that he hasn’t practiced with the conventional stroke at all since the anchoring announcement last May.
“I thought I’d worry about that when I have to change,” he said.