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Rules of Golf
Golf is one of the few ball games that do not require a standardised playing area. . Maximum output with some simple thoughts...
1.A player must not give advice to a player other than his partner, and must not ask for advice from anyone other than his partner or caddy.
2.A player may have the line of play (desired path of the ball) indicated to him by anyone when not on the putting green, but this line of play must not be indicated by any means other than the holes flagstick while the stroke is made.
3.A player, his partner or their caddy may point out a line for putting while on the green, but must not touch the green nor mark the path in any way.

Stroke play
Ball assisting or interfering with play
Information as to strokes taken
Ball unplayable
Golf Ball
Match play
Ball played as it lies
Water hazards
Teeing ground
Loose impediments
Abnormal ground conditions and wrong green
Ball at rest moved
Ball lost or out of bounds
Searching for and identifying ball
Putting green

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