Webb Simpson and Ernie Els have used long putters to win the last two majors, the US Open and Open Championship respectively, but the Royal and Ancient Club and United States Golf Association are currently in talks about whether the method should be made illegal.
"I don't think it would be a big deal at all, to be honest with you," Bradley said as he prepared his defence of the USPGA title at Kiawah Island.
"I grew up with a short putter. I sometimes, while I'm waiting around, will grab one on the putting green and putt around and it feels great.
"I think that it would be a small adjustment, just because of the hours and hours I've put in with the belly putter and the work and the sweat, but I can go back to a short putter and feel fine.
"I think it's something that will come easy to a lot of players."
Even if they decide on a ban soon, it would not be enforced until 2016.