Have you ever tried to devour an entire pumpkin pie in one sitting? It’s not that easy, is it? Well, here’s a no-calorie, True/False Rules quiz, with each question representing a slice of the pie. Just like eating multiple slices of a pie, each successive question just might be a little more difficult to get through than the previous one. See if you can you make it through this entire 8-slice pie without making any mistakes. Bon appétit!
- If you are standing close enough to the flagstick so that you may touch it; you are deemed to be attending the flagstick
- In repairing an old hole plug, you are not permitted to tamp down a spike mark that happens to be within the hole plug.
- A ball lying on a leaf in a bunker is not considered to lie in the bunker since the margin of the bunker does not extend vertically upwards.
- If you start your round with only 12 clubs, and you lose your putter and then break your pitching wedge over your knee after missing a short putt, you are permitted to replace those clubs.
- You are not permitted to back into a low-hanging branch of a tree causing it to move out of the way if that is the only way that you can take your stance.
- “Through the green” includes the teeing ground and the putting green of the hole that you are playing.
- If you are playing in a four-ball or foursomes event, you may never share clubs with your partner.
- A dropped ball must be re-dropped if it rolls into and comes to rest in a hazard.
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