A Sporting Pilgrimage: Riding to Hounds, Golf, Rowing, Football, Club and University Athletics. Studies in English Sport, Past and Present

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Harper, 1894 - 397 sider
 

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Side 375 - ... (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 376 - 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 375 - RULE 24. If the player's ball strike or be stopped by himself or his partner or either of their caddies or clubs, or if, while in the act of playing, the player shall strike the ball twice, his side loses the hole.
Side 378 - No player, caddie, or onlooker should move or talk during a stroke. 3. No player should play from the tee until the party in front have played their second strokes and are out of range, nor play up to the putting-green till the party in front have holed out and moved away.
Side 373 - The game consists in each side playing a ball from a tee into a hole by successive strokes, and the hole is won by the side holing its ball in the fewest strokes, except as otherwise provided for in the rules. If two sides hole out in the same number of strokes, the hole is halved. 3. The teeing ground shall be indicated by two marks placed in a line at right angles to the course, and the player shall not tee in front of, nor on either side of, these marks, nor more than two club lengths behind them....
Side 375 - ... be lifted until the other is played, and shall then be replaced as nearly as possible in its original position. Should the ball further from the hole be accidentally moved in so doing, it shall be replaced. Should the lie of the lifted ball be altered by the opponent in playing, it may be replaced in a lie near to, and as nearly as possible similar to, that from which it was lifted.
Side 374 - When a ball lies in or touches a hazard, the club shall not touch the ground, nor shall anything be touched or moved before the player strikes at the ball, except that the player may place his feet firmly on the ground for the purpose of addressing the ball, under the penalty of the loss of the hole. But if in the backward or in the downward swing, any grass, bent, whin, or other growing substance, or the side of a bunker, a wall, paling, or other immovable substance be touched, no penalty shall...
Side 373 - RULE 5. The game commences by each side playing a ball from the first teeing ground. In a match with two or more on a side the partners shall strike off alternately from the tees, and shall strike alternately during the play of the hole. The players, who are to strike against each other, shall be named at starting and shall continue in the same order during the match. The player, who shall play first on each side, shall be named by his own side. In case of failure to agree, it shall be settled by...
Side 377 - Committee. 14. The ordinary Rules of Golf, so far as they are not at variance with these special rules, shall apply to medal play.
Side 379 - The reckoning of the strokes is kept by the terms ' the odd,' ' two more,' ' three more,' etc., and ' one off three,' ' one off two,' ' the like.' The reckoning of the holes is kept by the terms — so many ' holes up '—or ' all even ' — and — so many

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