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The Reasonable Man's Rule of Golf
din jeff
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Good Morning,

Just read this article on Golf Digest. http://www.golfdigest.com/golf-instruction/2011-10/photos-reasonable-rules#intro

Sounds legit!

Comments anyone?

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Just my personal opinion, it depend which rule of golf that one breech even in a friendly game with your friend. Sometime, it is good to remind friend especially when he is unaware he is doing it. Example :

1) One tee up his or her ball in front of the tee box mark. It is good reminder to ensure he / she do not do the same thing during a tournament.

It is okay for friendly round to

1) ground club inside hazard.
2) move the ball from root or divot (ensure your Kaki asked for it)
3) drop ball near OB area (ensure your kaki asked for it)
4) one grip length, do not need to putt out
5) Ready go to speed up

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For friendly round. I think most kakis are flexible but if we were to do as the above but it is best to be courteous and ask first. Who knows we are playing with someone stickler to rules.

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din jeff wrote:
For friendly round. I think most kakis are flexible but if we were to do as the above but it is best to be courteous and ask first. Who knows we are playing with someone stickler to rules.


Agreed bro but when playing with someone for the 1st time, better follow the rule.

I still remember playing with Ivan, Woon, Keng and other during our Bandung trip. Our British friend from Thailand complained that we do not honor who suppose to tee up 1st. hehehe Laughing

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Hahaha. In that situation, you all belanja him drinks afterward or just apologize?

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din jeff wrote:
Hahaha. In that situation, you all belanja him drinks afterward or just apologize?


Hahaha .. The problem is, he did not have the chance to have the honor to tee off 1st anyway, especially when the flight have Ivan or Woon or Keng around. We do not know why he is up-set over it Laughing

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Hahaha. Thick face fella lah. Must be thinking of other ways to beat you all other than winning the hole.

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among my buddies, we have this "club saving rule". it's not worth breaking our club trying to hit a ball around root. however, i've heard about "mafia rule" where players have to hit the ball as it lies - including those on the buggy track. those guys usually bring their "i-actually-want-to-break-this-club"inside their bag
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I think the honour thingy can be quite flexi however i do get a little irritated when i play with people who
1) do not rake the bunker (sometimes i'm not sure how to tell them)
2) cheat on their scores (even if it's a friendly)

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