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score (or handicap) a player reports
should always be regarded as his
taken on a golf course shall be valid
only until the sunset.
A "Gimme" is defined as an
agreement between two golfers, that can't putt very well.
The term "mulligan" is a
contraction of the phrase "maul it
statute of limitations on forgotten
strokes is two holes.
Nonchalant putts count the same as
match is a test of your skill
against your opponent's luck.
subtract so many strokes on a
hole that you wind up with the honor
on the next hole.
a Gimme if you're still away.
does not occur unless it is observed
by more than one golfer.
two-foot putt counts the same as a
Unlike baseball. In golf, you have
to play your foul balls.
- used in certain parts of America
during Autumn allowing a golfer to play
another ball without penalty when his
previous shot is lost and assumed
covered by leaves, or in your case,,,
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golfer receives 2 mulligan's, to be taken
anywhere except in a sand trap or on the
green, for every nine holes played
without penalty, unless the golfer needs
(2) Whenever not on the green or in a
sand trap the golfer may move the ball 2
club head lengths, unless really in
trouble in which case the golfer may
move the ball two club lengths, in any
(3) A ball hitting a tree shall be
deemed not to have hit the tree. Hitting
a tree is simply bad luck and has no
place in a scientific game. The player
should estimate the distance the ball
would have travelled if it had not hit
the tree and play the ball from that
point. Preferably atop a firm tuft of
(4) There shall be no such thing as a
lost ball. The missing ball is somewhere
on or near the course and will
eventually be found and pocketed by
someone else. Therefore it becomes a
stolen ball. You should not compound the
felony by charging yourself with a
(5) If a putt passes over a hole without
dropping, it is deemed to have dropped.
The law of gravity holds that any object
attempting to maintain a position in
the atmosphere without support must drop.
The laws of gravity supersede the laws
(6) The same thing holds for a ball that
stops at the brink of a hole and hangs
there, defying gravity. You cannot defy
the law! Same rule applies to a ball
that rims a cup. A ball moving sideways
defies the law of physics.
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