Hitting into a penalty area is never fun, but luckily you have some options. Here’s what you can do next time your ball finds trouble.
Have an unplayable lie in the bunker? Use this rule to get creative with your relief and save yourself strokes.
Unplayable bunker lies are now easier thanks to the new rules and the addition of three relief options.
The updated Rules of Golf came with many changes to improve pace of play. Searching for a lost ball is one of the areas addressed.
There are a number of new rules in the updated rules of golf, but some of the most notable changes have occurred on the putting green.
This new rule eliminates the oldest excuse in the book for a missed putt: blaming a spike mark in your line.
Under the new rules you can repair most imperfections in your line as long as it’s not aeration holes, natural imperfections, and normal wear.
Is it permissible to use two ball marks on the green while lining up a putt? Rules Guy has the answer, and it may surprise you.
Rose made contact with his ball as he began his swing during Thursday’s opening round at Bay Hill. Here’s why it wasn’t a penalty.
Here’s how golf’s updated rules affect your options when you land within the confines of a red or yellow penalty area.