There’s a good chance you’ll have to contend with squirrels, birds or even alligators during a round. But what do you do if they decide to mess with your ball?
Is it permissible to employ a drone to check out green contours and the pin position before hitting your approach? Rules Guy has the answer.
Long before the LPGA Q-Series club selection controversy, Hogan was peeking at his competitor’s clubs en route to a U.S. Open win.
Is it permissible to use colored chalk to mark your ball on the green? GOLF’s trusty Rules expert has the answer.
To understand the rules kerfuffle that took over LPGA Q-school, turn to section 10.2 of the Rules of Golf, addressing “advice and other help.”
If your ball ends up in a bunker that is marked as ground under repair, are you allowed to take a drop outside of it?
Now that putting with the flagstick in is permissible, is it ok if your putting follow-through hits the pin? Rules Guy has the answer.
The World Handicap System will take effect on Jan. 1, 2020. Your handicap is likely to change, but by how much? Here’s what you should know.
A Euro pro was penalized two strokes after walking through a bunker to pace off yardage, and then raking it. Did he get a raw deal?
You’ve seen plenty of rule-breaking mulligans taken on the course, but Jesper Parnevik was penalized Sunday for the exact opposite reason.