THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) — Webb Simpson and Keegan Bradley say they won’t be happy if golf makes it illegal to use a putter anchored to the body.

But they won’t fight it.

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The U.S. Golf Association and Royal & Ancient Golf Club have a press conference Wednesday morning at which they are expect to announce their decision on whether long putters and belly putters will be allowed. All indications point toward a ban on such putters.

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At question is not the putter itself, but whether it can be attached to the body.

Three of the last five major champions have used belly putters — Bradley, Simpson and Ernie Els. Bradley had suggested fighting a potential ban. He and Simpson said they would go along with it.

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Any change wouldn’t take place until 2016.