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Have you ever found yourself in this situation? Well here is the answer.
Although this is an unlikely occurrence, what happens if an animal steals your ball on the golf course?
If your ball has unfortunately finished in an area of thick mud, are you allowed to move it?
If you have put the flagstick down too far away from the hole and you need a quick fix, are you allowed to use a golf club?
We've all been there... but what can you do in this situation?
If your ball is on the floor but wobbling as a result of windy conditions, are you allowed to hit it?
If a ball is already on its way to the hole and it may hit your ball, can you mark it and pick it up or is it too late?
We don't advise trying to hit the ball off two tee pegs - but here's what to do if you find someone trying this.
This is an interesting example, but has it ever happened to you and what happens next?
Have you ever snapped your putter and wondered if you are still allowed to use it on the greens?
If you are ever unfortunate enough to find your ball in this situation, you need to know if it is in the bunker or not.
Sometimes you are entitled to free relief if your ball is found in animal scrapings, but what if there is no sign of an animal?
The game of golf has evolved over hundreds of years - why shouldn't we do more to improve the game?
This list will help save you strokes on the golf course.
If a player is about to hit a putt with their partner looking at the line behind them, which player incurs the general penalty?
A butterfly touched Brooks Koepka's golf ball as he putted it towards the hole at the Tour Championship on Thursday, so did this cause a rules infringement?
Are caddies allowed to deliberately stand on their player's putting line to provide a physical guide to the hole?
Patton Kizzire snapped his driver in the final round of the Northern Trust, but according to the Rules of Golf, he was not allowed a replacement club.
These clubs are very hard to find, however, they can be very useful and save you a lot of money in buying a full set of clubs.
At the weekend, European Tour player Ben Evans experienced something very similar to this situation, so what are the ins and outs of the rule?
We like to keep our readers informed on as many rules of golf as we can, but have you ever read the rule on hitting an animal with your ball?
Bunkers can be a grey area in the rules of golf to many people, so hopefully, this article will help to clear a few things up.
You no longer receive a penalty for hitting the pin when putting on the green, but do you still take it out of the hole?
It is important that every player is aware of which golf clubs they can and can't use on the golf course.