There’s a subtle art to sandbagging. To do it right, you have to do it legally. And there’s lots of ways you can do that…
Do you know how to correctly identify — and dispose — a loose impediment? It’s never a bad idea to take a quick refresher.
What do you do when one ball causes a ball at rest to move, which then results in another ball being deflected? Rules Guy has the answer.
What makes kids cheat—and how do we deal with it? Psychologist Nick Molinaro has worked with golfers of all ages and has some advice.
Sprinkler heads are a common golf course obstruction, but what do you do when one happens to inhibit your stance or line of play?
Do the Rules permit you to use a tee to test the depth of a shallow-looking bunker? Rules Guy has the answer.
Joaquin Niemann borrowed the umbrella of a rules official after his umbrella broke in the heavy rain and wind. Was that a legal move?
The year’s most-read Rules Guy question involved using rubber driving range-style tees during a round — and the answer may surprise you.
In golf, tireless tinkerers are known as “range rats.” But even rats have social norms. Here are nine rules of thumb for the driving range.
The year’s second most-read Rules Guy question involves what you can do when your playing partner refuses to move a ball in your way.