Before You Reload

March 2014
Golf Digest;Mar2014, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p57
The article offers information on several rules related to golf. It is reported that, when one is playing golf with a partner and on the opening hole one's partner is found to have 15 clubs then the resulting two strokes penalty is applicable on both the players. It is reported that, golfer Simon Dyson was once disqualified from an event of the European Tour of golf for touching the putting line to tap down a spike mark.


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