Longmans, Green, and Company, 1893 - 480 sider

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Side 452 - ... mistake occur through wrong information given by the opponent or his caddie, in which case there shall be no penalty, but the mistake, if discovered before the opponent has played, must be rectified by placing a ball as near as possible to the place where the opponent's ball lay. If it be discovered...
Side 451 - ... (7) If a competitor's ball strike the other player, or his clubs or caddie, it is a 'rub of the green,' and the ball shall be played from where it lies.
Side 453 - Should any dispute arise on any point, the players have the right of determining the party or parties to whom the dispute shall be referred, but should they not agree, either party may refer it to the Green Committee of the green where the dispute occurs, and their decision shall be final. Should the dispute not be covered by the Rules of Golf, the arbiters must decide it by equity.
Side 453 - The player or his caddie may remove (but not press down) sand, earth, worm casts or snow- lying around the hole or on the line of his putt This shall be done by brushing lightly with the hand only across the putt and not along it Dung may be removed...
Side 460 - Miss the globe. — To fail to strike the ball, either by swinging right over the top of it, or by hitting the ground behind It is counted a stroke. Neck. — The crook of the head where it joins the shaft Niblick. — A small narrow-headed heavy iron club, used when the ball lies in bad places, as ruts or whins, &c. Nose. — The point, or front portion, of the club-head. Odd. — ist, 'An odd,
Side 458 - dead' when it lies so near the hole that the ' putt ' is a dead certainty. A ball is said to fall ' dead ' when it does not run after alighting.

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