999 Questions on the Rules of Golf by Barry Rhodes

By Barry Rhodes

Most golfers want to comprehend the principles of golfing larger. 999 questions about the principles of golfing is the great way to profit the foundations since it is straightforward to dip out and in of, includes attention-grabbing situations that readers will realize and relate to. There are questions, solutions and, most significantly, motives to the myriad of occasions at the golfing path golfer may possibly come upon. solutions are comfortably positioned instantly underneath each one query and are without delay referenced to the appropriate Rule of golfing, or determination at the principles. The questions are tiered into 3 wisdom degrees; 333 easy questions that are supposed to be prevalent to each golfer no matter what their handicap; 333 tougher questions proper to either informal golfers and golfing membership individuals; 333 complex questions for these looking to extend their wisdom of the foundations. For style, the questions are extra subdivided into 3 codecs; true/false, open ended and a number of selection. an in depth index presents a simple and handy means for readers to reference particular occasions as they come up. There are a number of questions about each of the 126 sub-sections to the 34 principles of Golf.

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True or False? Answer: True. Rule 19-2. Note: If a player’s ball is accidentally deflected or stopped by himself, his partner or either of their caddies or equipment, the player incurs a penalty of one stroke. 102 In stroke play, there is no penalty if a competitor plays out of turn and she must play her next stroke from where her ball lies. True or False? Answer: True. Rule 10-2c. Note: However, if the Committee determines that competitors in stroke play have agreed to play out of turn to give one of them an advantage, they are disqualified.

Answer: False. Definition of Competitor. Note: A competitor is a player in a stroke play competition. 10 A fellow competitor or spectator, may not assist a competitor in removing a large loose impediment. True or False? Answer: False. Decision 23-1/3. Note: The player may seek help from anyone to remove a loose impediment, providing that there is no undue delay in play. 11 Time spent in playing a wrong ball is not counted in the five minute period permitted for searching for a ball. True or False?

True or False? Answer: False. Definition of Nearest Point of Relief. Note: The definition states that a player should use the same club with which he expects to make his next shot; it does not say shall use it. 157 The Committee may stipulate that the round for a stroke play competition may start on the 5th hole and finish on the 4th hole. True or False? Answer: True. Definition of Stipulated Round. Note: The stipulated round consists of playing the holes of the course in their correct sequence, unless otherwise authorised by the Committee.

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