Questions

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  • 08/18/2018

    If you hit the ball off the tee into the water hazard (yellow stakes) and there is a drop area for balls in the hazard, where can you play your next shot?

    A) Only the Drop Area

    B) Drop Area or Re Tee

    C) Where the ball went into the hazard, then as far as you want back on a direct line from the hole

    D) Drop Area, Re Tee or where the ball went into the hazard, then as far as you want back on a direct line from the hole

    E) Only Re Tee

  • 08/31/2018

    In a match play event if a putt is conceded and you still putt out and miss the putt do you receive a penalty, count the extra stroke or neither and you take the conceded putt?

  • 09/04/2018

    When your ball comes to a rest in a situation where it is deemed an unplayable lie. What are the options you can do in that situation?

    A) Take it back as close to the last shot as possible. With an added penalty stroke.

    B) 2 Club Lengths from where your ball came to rest, no closer to the hole. With a penalty stroke.

    C) There is no help, you must play the ball where it lies

    D) Take a line from where the ball came to rest and and hole and there is no limit to how far back you can go. With an added penalty stroke.

  • 09/15/2018

    How far behind the tee box markers are you allowed to tee the ball up?

  • 08/18/2018

    D) Drop Area, Re Tee or where the ball went into the hazard, then as far as you want back on a direct line from the hole

    According to the USGA Appendix 1-A-6, When your ball goes into a water hazard off the tee with a drop area available, you are allowed to do either of the three options play it as a normal water hazard, re tee or drop a ball in the drop area. A drop area is an option that is typically used to speed up play.

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  • 08/31/2018

    According to Rule 2-4, No penalty is incurred, once a concession is made the concession may not be taken back, whether the putt is made or not.

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  • 09/04/2018

    According to Rule 28; A, B & D are correct. If in a Bunker you may proceed under any of these options except under options B & D the ball must remain in the bunker.

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  • 09/15/2018

    D) 2 club lengths

    According to the U.S.G.A. Rules of Golf you are allowed up to two club lengths back off of the original line in between the tee box markers.

Trivia questions are by Club Professional Jon Mercer and from players on the course.