Rules, rules, and more rules...

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Rules, rules, and more rules...
Rules, rules, and more rules... 
 
Q. Is it legal for a player to use both left and right-handed clubs during the same round? 
 
What is the correct answer?

A. No, a player can not use both right and left handed clubs during the same round. A player can play his right handed clubs as a lefty or left handed clubs as a righty, but a mixed set of clubs is not allowed.

B. Yes, a player can without penalty have in his bag and play both right and left hand clubs during the same round.

 

 

 

And the answer is ... 

 
 
Rules, rules and more rules
 
Q. Which of the following does the United States Golf association (USGA) not oversee?

 

What is the correct answer?

A. Writing and Interpreting The Rules of Golf.

B. Conducting National Championships.

C. Maintaining and certifying golf equipment standards.

D. The PGA TOUR.

 

I hope that Most of you know the answers to these queastions on rules, or at least ONE of the two.

scomac
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1.  A 2.  D

1.  A

2.  D

DON
Any more guesses hpeople?

We got one person with their input on the answers, any one else want to give it a try. Do you agree with these answers or do you not?

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.

DON
One Correct, One Wrong

That's all I'm going to say for now. I'll give it a few more days and see if anyone comes up with Both Correct answers.

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.

DON
One out of two

The correct answer to question #1 is B. As long as you stay within the 14 clubs rule, you and mix left and right handed clubs in your bag if you want to. Like most golflers I've been in a situation where I had to hit the ball left handed and having one left handed club would have been nice.

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.

Scott Rushing
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So on the club issue, my

So on the club issue, my understanding is you can play  whatevers in your bag and you could turn a club around and swing it left handed if you needed too, say due to a ball up against a tree or something.  I think Notay Begay was one who used a putter where he woudl putt right handed when the break was one way and left handed for the other...Maybe the fact he's in the commentators booth is evidence that he was not that good a putter from either side?  LOL!

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DON
Notay Begay putter

Notay used and OLD style blade putter that was the same shape on both sides, so he could use it left or right handed as Scott mentioned above. Never the end of his playing days he did switch to a more modern design and puttered from One side rather than both sides as he did in his early years. I don't know if his putting get better or worth after he made the change, but at least it allowed him to use a modern putter with better alienment aids built into the design.

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.