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United States Golf Association. Decisions on the Rules of Golf, 2004-2005. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Decisions on the Rules of Golf, 2004-2005 from your list? Decisions on the Rules of Golf, 2004-2005. by United States Golf Association. Published December 2003 by Printing Consultants, Inc. This Section provides guidelines on the manner in which the game of golf should be played.

by United States Golf Association (Author). This guide contains decisions made by the R&A and USGA''s Rules Committee in answer to practical problems encountered on the golf course. Each rule is printed in full, followed by a question and answer section to help interpret it correctly. Series: Decisions on the Rules of Golf.

The rules of golf consist of a standard set of regulations and procedures by which the sport of golf should be played and prescribe penalties for rule infractions. They are jointly written and administered by the R&A (spun off from The Royal and. They are jointly written and administered by the R&A (spun off from The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews) and the United States Golf Association (USGA). The R&A is the governing body of golf worldwide except in the United States and Mexico, which are the responsibility of the USGA

This publication makes any publication published before this obsolete.

This publication makes any publication published before this obsolete. I received this book as a (somewhat sarcastic) gift after winning a few bar bets on golf rulings. Aside from its obvious value as a reference work it makes great reading in short segments (you can figure out an appropriate location).

The United States Golf Association (USGA) is the United States' national association of golf courses, clubs and facilities and the governing body of golf for the . Together with The R&A, the USGA produces and interprets the rules of golf. The USGA also provides a national handicap system for golfers, conducts 14 national championships, including the . Senior Open, and tests golf equipment for conformity with regulations

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United States Golf Association. The United States Golf Association (USGA) is the United States' national association of golf courses, clubs and facilities and the governing body of golf for the .

Glen D. Nager Chairman Rules of Golf Committee United States Golf Association Alan . Most golfers only consult the Rule book when they have a Rules issue on the course that needs to be resolved. Holmes Chairman Rules of Golf Committee R&A Rules Limited September 2011. 6 6 Principal Changes Principal Changes Introduced in the 2012 Code Rules of Golf Definitions Addressing the Ball The Definition is amended so that a player has addressed the ball simply by grounding his club immediately in front of or behind the ball, regardless of whether or not he has taken his stance.

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The biannual publication of the Rules of Golf Decisions book incorporating the every four year Rules change effective January 1, 2004. This publication makes any publication published before this obsolete.

Comments: (2)

Mavegar
An extraordinarily informative and detailed book. The Book answers almost all the questions you might have about the application of the Rules. The Rules of golf often seem simple, but their application can be difficult. Additionally, some of the rules are quite arcane, verbose, and difficult to understand. Yet, Decisions on the Rules of Golf contains actual questions from actual players, and actual answers from the USGA -- over 600 pages of questions and answers! All of which are divided according to various rules and their subparts. A very helpful index makes it easy to find quickly any answer to any question you might have. Additionally, the book sets out each pertinent rule verbatim at the beginning of each chapter. All of the definitions needed to understand the Rules are set forth and all Rulings on what each definition means are included as well. The strangest thing about this book is not only that it is informative and detailed, but that it can also make quite entertaining reading. It doesn't take too long before you realize that the almost all of the questions concern actual events that actually happened to some unfortunate soul, along with the USGA rulings about what the correct application of the rule should have been in those circumstances. For example, Greg Norman was recently disqualified for hitting a provisional ball after he hit his drive into a water hazard, found his first ball playable when he got to the hazard, and then played his first ball -- all perfectly acceptable if a provisional ball were allowed to be played after hitting your ball into a water hazard. Reading the rule on hitting into a water hazards and the rule on playing a provisional ball (I don't have my Decisions on the Rules of Golf by my side when I'm writing this review, they are in my golf bag where they should be, so I can't tell you what the specific Rule numbers are), a normal person could eventually discern the fact that provisional balls can be played only in certain circumstances, and that those circumstances do not include water hazards. But rather than having to page back and forth between two or three different rules, you could simply have looked up this question in the index to the Decisions on the Rules of Golf, and found that it forms the basis for several questions and answers in the book. Let me give you another example. Let's say you're playing to an elevated green where you cannot see the green's surface, but you can see the flagstick. You hit to the flagstick only to discover when you climb to the green that some joker has taken the flagstick out of the hole and jammed it into the other side of the green 50 feet from the hole. Do you get relief? Read the book and find out. Many even stranger events form the basis of the questions and answers, along with the questions and answers to more common questions. I highly recommend this book, and although it is approximately an inch and a half thick, it fits easily into most golf bags. It ought to be a required possession of every clubhouse.
TheMoonix
I received this book as a (somewhat sarcastic) gift after winning a few bar bets on golf rulings. Aside from its obvious value as a reference work it makes great reading in short segments (you can figure out an appropriate location). It is guaranteed to pay for itself in bets at the 19th hole, but will also, unfortunately, add a few strokes to your score. A great gift idea for any avid golfer.
Decisions on the Rules of  Golf, 2004-2005 download epub
Author: United States Golf Association
ISBN: 0971488169
Category: No category
Publisher: Printing Consultants, Inc (December 2003)
Pages: 670 pages