When local rules are in effect, you may get relief if an immovable obstruction is in your line of play.
Make sure your golf ball doesn’t move when removing loose impediments because that will cost you a stroke.
Here’s how to spot the difference between your ball landing in a maintained bunker versus on general, sandy terrain.
Learn the difference in the rules between having your golf ball on a natural, sandy path and an artificial cart path.
One of the most common phrases in golf, this rule is one of the most fundamental in all of the game.
When getting relief from a cart path, it’s the nearest point of complete relief that is the legal rule.
Make sure to check the local rules of your course, because interference from a retaining wall doesn’t mean free relief.
Hitting a provisional ball helps speed up the pace of play if you think your original shot may be out of bounds.
It may seem unlikely, but here’s what to do if your golf ball ever lands on a bridge while you’re out on the course.
Are you allowed to caddie for your cart mate when you’re both playing different opponents in match play? Rules Guy has the answer.