January Rules Quiz

Here is a little quiz to see how well you know the words used within the Rules and the Decisions on the Rules of Golf.

 

  1. In what context is the word “brick” used? (a) Example of a movable obstruction.   (b) Example of a type of artificial surfacing of a road or path. (c) Example of building one’s stance. (d) Part of an integral part of the course.

 

  1. Which of these words is used to describe a type of artificial surfacing of a road or path? (a) macadam (b) tar (c) cobblestone (d) asphalt.

 

  1. Which of these words is NOT found in the Decisions on the Rules of Golf? (a) birdie (b) double bogey (c) eagle (d) albatross (e) All of the above.

 

  1. Which of these words is NOT used to describe the “elements”? (a) sunlight (b) rain (c) hail (d) wind (e) snow

 

  1. Which of these words is found in the Decisions on the Rules of Golf? (a) sand trap (b) pin (c) tee box (d) planks.

 

  1. Which of these plants is NOT found in the Decisions on the Rules of Golf? (a) cactus (b) stinging nettles (c) poison oak (d) tumbleweed (e) mushroom (f) poison ivy (g) moss (h) creeper.

 

  1. Which fruit is NOT mentioned in the Decisions on the Rules of Golf? (a) apple (b) banana (c) orange (d) pear?

 

  1. Which of these words is NOT used to describe a person who might be on the course? (a) marker (b) forecaddie (c) friend (d) referee (e) coach (f) parent (g) spectator (h) sibling or (i) volunteer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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January 2018 Rules