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10.1
10.1a
10.1a/1
10.1a/2
10.1a/3
10.1b
10.1b/1
10.1b/2
10.1b/3
10.2
10.2a
10.2a/1
10.2a/2
10.2b
10.2b(3)/1
10.2b(4)/1
10.2b(5)/1
10.2b(5)/2
10.3
10.3a
10.3a/1
10.3a/2
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Formål: Regel 10 dækker, hvordan man forbereder sig til og udfører et slag, og omfatter råd og anden hjælp, en spiller må få fra andre (og fra sin caddie). Det grundlæggende princip er, at golf er et spil af færdigheder og personlig udfordring.

10.1
Udføre et slag
10.1a
Slå reelt til bolden
10.1a/1
Examples of Pushing, Scraping or Scooping

These terms have overlapping meanings but can be defined through these three examples of using the club in a manner not allowed by the Rule:

  • A player holes a short putt by striking the ball with the bottom of the clubhead, using a motion similar to that used in making a shot in billiards or shuffleboard. Moving the ball like this is a push.
  • A player moves the club along the surface of the ground pulling it towards him or her. Moving the ball like this is a scrape.
  • A player slides a club beneath and very close to the ball. The player then lifts and moves the ball by use of a forward and upward motion. Moving the ball like this is a scoop.
10.1a/2
Player May Use Any Part of Clubhead to Fairly Strike Ball

In fairly striking a ball, any part of the clubhead may be used, including the toe, heel and back of the clubhead.

10.1a/3
Other Material May Intervene Between Ball and Clubhead During Stroke

In fairly striking a ball, it is not necessary for the clubhead to make contact with the ball. Sometimes other material may intervene.

An example of fairly striking a ball includes when a ball is lying against the base of a fence defining out of bounds and the player makes a stroke at the out-of-bounds side of the fence to make the ball move.

10.1b
Forankring af køllen
10.1b/1
Player Must Not Anchor the Club with Forearm Against Body

Holding a forearm against the body during a stroke is an indirect means of anchoring the club.

For an "anchor point" to exist, two things must happen: (1) the player must hold a forearm against the body; and (2) the player must grip the club so that the hands are separated and work independently from each other.

For example, in making a stroke with a long putter, the player's forearm is held against his or her body to establish a stable point, while the bottom hand is held down the shaft to swing the lower portion of the club.

However, a player is allowed to hold one or both forearms against his or her body in making a stroke, so long as doing so does not create an anchor point.

10.1b/2
Deliberate Contact with Clothing During Stroke Is a Breach

Clothing held against the body by a club or gripping hand is treated as if it is part of the player's body for the purpose of applying Rule 10.1b. The concept of a free-flowing swing may not be circumvented by having something intervene between the player's body and club or hand.

 For example, if a player is wearing a rain jacket and is using a mid-length putter, and presses the club into his or her body, the player is in breach of Rule 10.1b.

Additionally, if the player deliberately uses a gripping hand to hold an article of clothing worn on any part of the body (such as holding the sleeve of a shirt with a hand) while making a stroke, there is a breach of Rule 4.3 (Prohibited Use of Equipment) since that is not its intended use and doing so might assist the player in making that stroke.

10.1b/3
Inadvertent Contact with Clothing During Stroke Is Not a Breach

Touching an article of clothing with the club or gripping hand and making a stroke is allowed.

This might occur in various situations where a player:

  • Wears loose fitting clothes or rain gear,
  • Has a physical size or build that causes the arms naturally to rest close to the body,
  • Holds the club extremely close to the body, or
  • For some other reason touches his or her clothing in making a stroke.
10.2
Råd og anden hjælp
10.2a
Råd
10.2a/1
Player May Get Information from Shared Caddie

If a caddie is being shared by more than one player, any of the players sharing that caddie may seek information from him or her.

For example, two players are sharing a caddie and both hit tee shots into a similar area. One of the players gets a club to make the stroke, while the other is undecided. The undecided player is allowed to ask the shared caddie what club the other player chose.

10.2a/2
Player Must Try to Stop Ongoing Advice that Is Given Voluntarily

If a player gets advice from someone other than his or her caddie (such as a spectator) without asking for it, he or she gets no penalty. However, if the player continues to get advice from that same person, the player must try to stop that person from giving advice. If the player does not do so, he or she is treated as asking for that advice and gets the penalty under Rule 10.2a.

In a team competition (Rule 24), this also applies to a player who gets advice from a team captain who has not been named an advice giver.

10.2b
Anden hjælp
10.2b(3)/1
Setting Clubhead on Ground Behind Ball to Help the Player Take a Stance is Allowed

Rule 10.2b(3) does not allow a player to set down an object (such as an alignment rod or a golf club) to help the player take a stance.

However, this prohibition does not prevent a player from setting his or her clubhead behind the ball, such as when a player stands behind the ball and places the clubhead perpendicular to the line of play and then walks around from behind the ball to take his or her stance.

10.2b(4)/1
Examples of When Player Begins Taking His or Her Stance

Rule 10.2b(4) does not allow a player to have his or her caddie deliberately stand behind him or her when the player begins taking a stance because aiming at the intended target is one of the challenges the player must overcome alone.

There is no set procedure for determining when a player has begun to take a stance since each player has his or her own set-up routine. However, if a player has his or her feet or body close to a position where useful guidance on aiming at the intended target could be given, it should be decided that the player has begun to take his or her stance.

Examples of when a player has begun to take a stance include when:

  • The player is standing beside the ball but facing the hole with his or her club behind the ball, and then starts to turn his or her body to face the ball.
  • After standing behind the ball to determine the target line, the player takes a step forward and then starts to turn his or her body and puts a foot in place for the stroke.
10.2b(5)/1
Player May Ask Another Person Who Was Not Deliberately Positioned to Move or Remain in Place

Although a player may not place an object or position a person for the purpose of blocking the sunlight from the ball, the player may ask a person (such as a spectator) not to move when that spectator is already in position, so that a shadow remains over the ball, or may ask that spectator to move, so that his or her shadow is no longer over the ball.

10.2b(5)/2
Player May Wear Protective Clothing

Although a player must not improve conditions affecting the stroke to protect against the elements, he or she may wear protective clothing to protect against the elements.

For example, if a player's ball comes to rest right next to a cactus, it would breach Rule 8.1a (Actions That Improve Conditions Affecting the Stroke) if he or she placed a towel on the cactus to improve his or her area of intended stance. However, a towel may be wrapped around the player's body to protect him or her from the cactus.

10.3
Caddier
10.3a
Caddie må hjælpe spiller under runden
10.3a/1
Player Transports Clubs on Motorized Golf Cart and Hires Individual to Perform All Other Functions of a Caddie

A player whose clubs are transported on a motorized golf cart that he or she is driving is allowed to hire an individual to perform all the other duties of a caddie, and this individual is considered to be a caddie.

This arrangement is allowed provided the player has not also hired someone else to drive the cart. In such a case, the cart driver is also a caddie since he is transporting the player's clubs, and the player gets a penalty under Rule 10.3a(1) for having more than one caddie.

10.3a/2
Player May Caddie for Another Player When Not Playing a Round

A player in a competition may caddie for another player in the same competition, except when the player is playing his or her round or when a Local Rule restricts the player from being a caddie.

For example:

  • If two players are playing in the same competition but at different times on the same day, they are allowed to caddie for each other.
  • In stroke play, if one player in a group withdraws during a round, he or she may caddie for another player in the group.
Out of bounds

Alle områder uden for banens ydre grænser, som defineret af Komitéen. Alle områder inden for disse grænser er inde på banen.

Banens grænser forlænges både lodret opad over jorden og nedad under jorden:

  • Dette betyder, at hele arealet samt alt andet (f.eks. enhver naturlig eller kunstig genstand), som er inden for grænsen, er inde på banen, ligegyldigt om det er på, under eller over jordoverfladen.
  • Hvis en genstand er både inden for og uden for grænsen (f.eks. trappetrin fastgjort til et grænsehegn, eller et træ voksende uden for grænsen, men med rødder, som strækker sig ind over grænsen eller omvendt), er kun den del, der er uden for grænsen out of bounds.

De ydre grænser bør defineres af grænsemarkeringer eller linjer:

  • Grænsemarkeringer: Når der afgrænses med pæle eller et hegn, er grænsen defineret af linjen mellem de bane-nære punkter af pælene eller hegnspælene i jordhøjde (undtaget vinklede støtter), og disse pæle eller hegnspæle er out of bounds.
    Når der afgrænses med andre genstande som f.eks. en væg, eller når Komitéen ønsker at behandle en grænsemarkering på en anden måde, bør Komitéen definere grænserne.
  • Linjer: Når en malet linje på jorden definerer grænsen, er grænsen den bane-nære kant af linjen, og linjen selv er out of bounds.
    Når en malet linje på jorden definerer grænsen, kan pæle bruges til at vise, hvor grænsen er, men de har ikke anden betydning.

Pæle eller linjer, der definerer grænserne, bør være hvide.

Out of bounds

Alle områder uden for banens ydre grænser, som defineret af Komitéen. Alle områder inden for disse grænser er inde på banen.

Banens grænser forlænges både lodret opad over jorden og nedad under jorden:

  • Dette betyder, at hele arealet samt alt andet (f.eks. enhver naturlig eller kunstig genstand), som er inden for grænsen, er inde på banen, ligegyldigt om det er på, under eller over jordoverfladen.
  • Hvis en genstand er både inden for og uden for grænsen (f.eks. trappetrin fastgjort til et grænsehegn, eller et træ voksende uden for grænsen, men med rødder, som strækker sig ind over grænsen eller omvendt), er kun den del, der er uden for grænsen out of bounds.

De ydre grænser bør defineres af grænsemarkeringer eller linjer:

  • Grænsemarkeringer: Når der afgrænses med pæle eller et hegn, er grænsen defineret af linjen mellem de bane-nære punkter af pælene eller hegnspælene i jordhøjde (undtaget vinklede støtter), og disse pæle eller hegnspæle er out of bounds.
    Når der afgrænses med andre genstande som f.eks. en væg, eller når Komitéen ønsker at behandle en grænsemarkering på en anden måde, bør Komitéen definere grænserne.
  • Linjer: Når en malet linje på jorden definerer grænsen, er grænsen den bane-nære kant af linjen, og linjen selv er out of bounds.
    Når en malet linje på jorden definerer grænsen, kan pæle bruges til at vise, hvor grænsen er, men de har ikke anden betydning.

Pæle eller linjer, der definerer grænserne, bør være hvide.

Flyttet

Når en bold, der ligger stille, forlader sit oprindelige sted og kommer til at ligge et andet sted, og det kan ses med det blotte øje (uanset om nogen rent faktisk ser den gøre det).

Dette gælder uanset om bolden har bevæget sig opad, nedad eller horisontalt i en hvilken som helst retning fra sit oprindelige sted.

Hvis en bold, der ligger stille, kun vipper (nogle gange kaldet oscillerer) og forbliver på eller returnerer til dens oprindelige sted, så har bolden ikke flyttet sig.

 

Interpretation Moved/1 - When Ball Resting on Object Has Moved

For the purpose of deciding whether a ball must be replaced or whether a player gets a penalty, a ball is treated as having moved only if it has moved in relation to a specific part of the larger condition or object it is resting on, unless the entire object the ball is resting on has moved in relation to the ground.

An example of when a ball has not moved includes when:

  • A ball is resting in the fork of a tree branch and the tree branch moves, but the ball's spot in the branch does not change.

Examples of when a ball has moved include when:

  • A ball is resting in a stationary plastic cup and the cup itself moves in relation to the ground because it is being blown by the wind.
  • A ball is resting in or on a stationary motorized cart that starts to move.

Interpretation Moved/2 - Television Evidence Shows Ball at Rest Changed Position but by Amount Not Reasonably Discernible to Naked Eye

When determining whether or not a ball at rest has moved, a player must make that judgment based on all the information reasonably available to him or her at the time, so that he or she can determine whether the ball must be replaced under the Rules. When the player's ball has left its original position and come to rest in another place by an amount that was not reasonably discernible to the naked eye at the time, a player's determination that the ball has not moved is conclusive, even if that determination is later shown to be incorrect through the use of sophisticated technology.

On the other hand, if the Committee determines, based on all of the evidence it has available, that the ball changed its position by an amount that was reasonably discernible to the naked eye at the time, the ball will be determined to have moved even though no-one actually saw it move.

Slag

Den fremadgående bevægelse af køllen med den hensigt at slå til bolden.

Men et slag er ikke udført, hvis spilleren:

  • Under nedsvinget beslutter sig for ikke at ramme bolden og undgår at gøre dette ved bevidst at stoppe køllehovedet, før det når bolden eller, hvis ikke i stand til at stoppe, så ved bevidst at ramme forbi bolden.
  • Tilfældigt rammer bolden under udførelse af et prøvesving eller under forberedelserne til at udføre et slag.

Når Reglerne bruger ”spille en bold” er betydningen den samme som at udføre et slag.

Spillerens score for et hul eller en runde udgøres af et antal "slag," eller ”udførte slag”, som betyder både alle slag og alle strafslag. (Se Regel 3.1c.)

 

Interpretation Stroke/1 - Determining If a Stroke Was Made

If a player starts the downswing with a club intending to strike the ball, his or her action counts as a stroke when:

  • The clubhead is deflected or stopped by an outside influence (such as the branch of a tree) whether or not the ball is struck.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, whether or not the ball is struck with the shaft.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, with the clubhead falling and striking the ball.

The player's action does not count as a stroke in each of following situations:

  • During the downswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player stops the downswing short of the ball, but the clubhead falls and strikes and moves the ball.
  • During the backswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player completes the downswing with the shaft but does not strike the ball.
  • A ball is lodged in a tree branch beyond the reach of a club. If the player moves the ball by striking a lower part of the branch instead of the ball, Rule 9.4 (Ball Lifted or Moved by Player) applies.
Slag

Den fremadgående bevægelse af køllen med den hensigt at slå til bolden.

Men et slag er ikke udført, hvis spilleren:

  • Under nedsvinget beslutter sig for ikke at ramme bolden og undgår at gøre dette ved bevidst at stoppe køllehovedet, før det når bolden eller, hvis ikke i stand til at stoppe, så ved bevidst at ramme forbi bolden.
  • Tilfældigt rammer bolden under udførelse af et prøvesving eller under forberedelserne til at udføre et slag.

Når Reglerne bruger ”spille en bold” er betydningen den samme som at udføre et slag.

Spillerens score for et hul eller en runde udgøres af et antal "slag," eller ”udførte slag”, som betyder både alle slag og alle strafslag. (Se Regel 3.1c.)

 

Interpretation Stroke/1 - Determining If a Stroke Was Made

If a player starts the downswing with a club intending to strike the ball, his or her action counts as a stroke when:

  • The clubhead is deflected or stopped by an outside influence (such as the branch of a tree) whether or not the ball is struck.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, whether or not the ball is struck with the shaft.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, with the clubhead falling and striking the ball.

The player's action does not count as a stroke in each of following situations:

  • During the downswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player stops the downswing short of the ball, but the clubhead falls and strikes and moves the ball.
  • During the backswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player completes the downswing with the shaft but does not strike the ball.
  • A ball is lodged in a tree branch beyond the reach of a club. If the player moves the ball by striking a lower part of the branch instead of the ball, Rule 9.4 (Ball Lifted or Moved by Player) applies.
Slag

Den fremadgående bevægelse af køllen med den hensigt at slå til bolden.

Men et slag er ikke udført, hvis spilleren:

  • Under nedsvinget beslutter sig for ikke at ramme bolden og undgår at gøre dette ved bevidst at stoppe køllehovedet, før det når bolden eller, hvis ikke i stand til at stoppe, så ved bevidst at ramme forbi bolden.
  • Tilfældigt rammer bolden under udførelse af et prøvesving eller under forberedelserne til at udføre et slag.

Når Reglerne bruger ”spille en bold” er betydningen den samme som at udføre et slag.

Spillerens score for et hul eller en runde udgøres af et antal "slag," eller ”udførte slag”, som betyder både alle slag og alle strafslag. (Se Regel 3.1c.)

 

Interpretation Stroke/1 - Determining If a Stroke Was Made

If a player starts the downswing with a club intending to strike the ball, his or her action counts as a stroke when:

  • The clubhead is deflected or stopped by an outside influence (such as the branch of a tree) whether or not the ball is struck.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, whether or not the ball is struck with the shaft.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, with the clubhead falling and striking the ball.

The player's action does not count as a stroke in each of following situations:

  • During the downswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player stops the downswing short of the ball, but the clubhead falls and strikes and moves the ball.
  • During the backswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player completes the downswing with the shaft but does not strike the ball.
  • A ball is lodged in a tree branch beyond the reach of a club. If the player moves the ball by striking a lower part of the branch instead of the ball, Rule 9.4 (Ball Lifted or Moved by Player) applies.
Slag

Den fremadgående bevægelse af køllen med den hensigt at slå til bolden.

Men et slag er ikke udført, hvis spilleren:

  • Under nedsvinget beslutter sig for ikke at ramme bolden og undgår at gøre dette ved bevidst at stoppe køllehovedet, før det når bolden eller, hvis ikke i stand til at stoppe, så ved bevidst at ramme forbi bolden.
  • Tilfældigt rammer bolden under udførelse af et prøvesving eller under forberedelserne til at udføre et slag.

Når Reglerne bruger ”spille en bold” er betydningen den samme som at udføre et slag.

Spillerens score for et hul eller en runde udgøres af et antal "slag," eller ”udførte slag”, som betyder både alle slag og alle strafslag. (Se Regel 3.1c.)

 

Interpretation Stroke/1 - Determining If a Stroke Was Made

If a player starts the downswing with a club intending to strike the ball, his or her action counts as a stroke when:

  • The clubhead is deflected or stopped by an outside influence (such as the branch of a tree) whether or not the ball is struck.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, whether or not the ball is struck with the shaft.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, with the clubhead falling and striking the ball.

The player's action does not count as a stroke in each of following situations:

  • During the downswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player stops the downswing short of the ball, but the clubhead falls and strikes and moves the ball.
  • During the backswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player completes the downswing with the shaft but does not strike the ball.
  • A ball is lodged in a tree branch beyond the reach of a club. If the player moves the ball by striking a lower part of the branch instead of the ball, Rule 9.4 (Ball Lifted or Moved by Player) applies.
Slag

Den fremadgående bevægelse af køllen med den hensigt at slå til bolden.

Men et slag er ikke udført, hvis spilleren:

  • Under nedsvinget beslutter sig for ikke at ramme bolden og undgår at gøre dette ved bevidst at stoppe køllehovedet, før det når bolden eller, hvis ikke i stand til at stoppe, så ved bevidst at ramme forbi bolden.
  • Tilfældigt rammer bolden under udførelse af et prøvesving eller under forberedelserne til at udføre et slag.

Når Reglerne bruger ”spille en bold” er betydningen den samme som at udføre et slag.

Spillerens score for et hul eller en runde udgøres af et antal "slag," eller ”udførte slag”, som betyder både alle slag og alle strafslag. (Se Regel 3.1c.)

 

Interpretation Stroke/1 - Determining If a Stroke Was Made

If a player starts the downswing with a club intending to strike the ball, his or her action counts as a stroke when:

  • The clubhead is deflected or stopped by an outside influence (such as the branch of a tree) whether or not the ball is struck.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, whether or not the ball is struck with the shaft.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, with the clubhead falling and striking the ball.

The player's action does not count as a stroke in each of following situations:

  • During the downswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player stops the downswing short of the ball, but the clubhead falls and strikes and moves the ball.
  • During the backswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player completes the downswing with the shaft but does not strike the ball.
  • A ball is lodged in a tree branch beyond the reach of a club. If the player moves the ball by striking a lower part of the branch instead of the ball, Rule 9.4 (Ball Lifted or Moved by Player) applies.
Slag

Den fremadgående bevægelse af køllen med den hensigt at slå til bolden.

Men et slag er ikke udført, hvis spilleren:

  • Under nedsvinget beslutter sig for ikke at ramme bolden og undgår at gøre dette ved bevidst at stoppe køllehovedet, før det når bolden eller, hvis ikke i stand til at stoppe, så ved bevidst at ramme forbi bolden.
  • Tilfældigt rammer bolden under udførelse af et prøvesving eller under forberedelserne til at udføre et slag.

Når Reglerne bruger ”spille en bold” er betydningen den samme som at udføre et slag.

Spillerens score for et hul eller en runde udgøres af et antal "slag," eller ”udførte slag”, som betyder både alle slag og alle strafslag. (Se Regel 3.1c.)

 

Interpretation Stroke/1 - Determining If a Stroke Was Made

If a player starts the downswing with a club intending to strike the ball, his or her action counts as a stroke when:

  • The clubhead is deflected or stopped by an outside influence (such as the branch of a tree) whether or not the ball is struck.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, whether or not the ball is struck with the shaft.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, with the clubhead falling and striking the ball.

The player's action does not count as a stroke in each of following situations:

  • During the downswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player stops the downswing short of the ball, but the clubhead falls and strikes and moves the ball.
  • During the backswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player completes the downswing with the shaft but does not strike the ball.
  • A ball is lodged in a tree branch beyond the reach of a club. If the player moves the ball by striking a lower part of the branch instead of the ball, Rule 9.4 (Ball Lifted or Moved by Player) applies.
Slag

Den fremadgående bevægelse af køllen med den hensigt at slå til bolden.

Men et slag er ikke udført, hvis spilleren:

  • Under nedsvinget beslutter sig for ikke at ramme bolden og undgår at gøre dette ved bevidst at stoppe køllehovedet, før det når bolden eller, hvis ikke i stand til at stoppe, så ved bevidst at ramme forbi bolden.
  • Tilfældigt rammer bolden under udførelse af et prøvesving eller under forberedelserne til at udføre et slag.

Når Reglerne bruger ”spille en bold” er betydningen den samme som at udføre et slag.

Spillerens score for et hul eller en runde udgøres af et antal "slag," eller ”udførte slag”, som betyder både alle slag og alle strafslag. (Se Regel 3.1c.)

 

Interpretation Stroke/1 - Determining If a Stroke Was Made

If a player starts the downswing with a club intending to strike the ball, his or her action counts as a stroke when:

  • The clubhead is deflected or stopped by an outside influence (such as the branch of a tree) whether or not the ball is struck.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, whether or not the ball is struck with the shaft.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, with the clubhead falling and striking the ball.

The player's action does not count as a stroke in each of following situations:

  • During the downswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player stops the downswing short of the ball, but the clubhead falls and strikes and moves the ball.
  • During the backswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player completes the downswing with the shaft but does not strike the ball.
  • A ball is lodged in a tree branch beyond the reach of a club. If the player moves the ball by striking a lower part of the branch instead of the ball, Rule 9.4 (Ball Lifted or Moved by Player) applies.
Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Slag

Den fremadgående bevægelse af køllen med den hensigt at slå til bolden.

Men et slag er ikke udført, hvis spilleren:

  • Under nedsvinget beslutter sig for ikke at ramme bolden og undgår at gøre dette ved bevidst at stoppe køllehovedet, før det når bolden eller, hvis ikke i stand til at stoppe, så ved bevidst at ramme forbi bolden.
  • Tilfældigt rammer bolden under udførelse af et prøvesving eller under forberedelserne til at udføre et slag.

Når Reglerne bruger ”spille en bold” er betydningen den samme som at udføre et slag.

Spillerens score for et hul eller en runde udgøres af et antal "slag," eller ”udførte slag”, som betyder både alle slag og alle strafslag. (Se Regel 3.1c.)

 

Interpretation Stroke/1 - Determining If a Stroke Was Made

If a player starts the downswing with a club intending to strike the ball, his or her action counts as a stroke when:

  • The clubhead is deflected or stopped by an outside influence (such as the branch of a tree) whether or not the ball is struck.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, whether or not the ball is struck with the shaft.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, with the clubhead falling and striking the ball.

The player's action does not count as a stroke in each of following situations:

  • During the downswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player stops the downswing short of the ball, but the clubhead falls and strikes and moves the ball.
  • During the backswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player completes the downswing with the shaft but does not strike the ball.
  • A ball is lodged in a tree branch beyond the reach of a club. If the player moves the ball by striking a lower part of the branch instead of the ball, Rule 9.4 (Ball Lifted or Moved by Player) applies.
Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Råd

Enhver mundtlig kommentar eller handling (som f.eks. at vise hvilken kølle, der lige blev brugt til et slag), som har til formål at udøve indflydelse på spilleren i forbindelse med at:

  • Vælge en kølle,
  • Udføre et slag, eller
  • Planlægge sit spil af et hul eller en runde.

Men råd inkluderer ikke offentlige oplysninger, f.eks.:

  • placeringen af ting på banen, som f.eks. hullet, greenen, fairway, strafområder, bunkere eller en anden spillers bold,
  • Afstanden fra et sted til et andet, eller
  • Reglerne.

 

Interpretation Advice/1 - Verbal Comments or Actions That Are Advice

Examples of when comments or actions are considered advice and are not allowed include:

  • A player makes a statement regarding club selection that was intended to be overheard by another player who had a similar stroke.
  • In individual stroke play, Player A, who has just holed out on the 7th hole, demonstrates to Player B, whose ball was just off the putting green, how to make the next stroke. Because Player B has not completed the hole, Player A gets the penalty on the 7th hole. But, if both Player A and Player B had completed the 7th hole, Player A gets the penalty on the 8th hole.
  • A player's ball is lying badly and the player is deliberating what action to take. Another player comments, "You have no shot at all. If I were you, I would decide to take unplayable ball relief." This comment is advice because it could have influenced the player in deciding how to play during a hole.
  • While a player is setting up to hit his or her shot over a large penalty area filled with water, another player in the group comments, "You know the wind is in your face and it's 250 yards to carry that water?"

Interpretation Advice/2 - Verbal Comments or Actions That Are Not Advice

Examples of comments or actions that are not advice include:

  • During play of the 6th hole, a player asks another player what club he or she used on the 4th hole that is a par-3 of similar length.
  • A player makes a second stroke that lands on the putting green. Another player does likewise. The first player then asks the second player what club was used for the second stroke.
  • After making a stroke, a player says, "I should have used a 5-iron" to another player in the group that has yet to play onto the green, but not intending to influence his or her play.
  • A player looks into another player's bag to determine which club he or she used for the last stroke without touching or moving anything.
  • While lining up a putt, a player mistakenly seeks advice from another player's caddie, believing that caddie to be the player's caddie. The player immediately realizes the mistake and tells the other caddie not to answer.
Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Råd

Enhver mundtlig kommentar eller handling (som f.eks. at vise hvilken kølle, der lige blev brugt til et slag), som har til formål at udøve indflydelse på spilleren i forbindelse med at:

  • Vælge en kølle,
  • Udføre et slag, eller
  • Planlægge sit spil af et hul eller en runde.

Men råd inkluderer ikke offentlige oplysninger, f.eks.:

  • placeringen af ting på banen, som f.eks. hullet, greenen, fairway, strafområder, bunkere eller en anden spillers bold,
  • Afstanden fra et sted til et andet, eller
  • Reglerne.

 

Interpretation Advice/1 - Verbal Comments or Actions That Are Advice

Examples of when comments or actions are considered advice and are not allowed include:

  • A player makes a statement regarding club selection that was intended to be overheard by another player who had a similar stroke.
  • In individual stroke play, Player A, who has just holed out on the 7th hole, demonstrates to Player B, whose ball was just off the putting green, how to make the next stroke. Because Player B has not completed the hole, Player A gets the penalty on the 7th hole. But, if both Player A and Player B had completed the 7th hole, Player A gets the penalty on the 8th hole.
  • A player's ball is lying badly and the player is deliberating what action to take. Another player comments, "You have no shot at all. If I were you, I would decide to take unplayable ball relief." This comment is advice because it could have influenced the player in deciding how to play during a hole.
  • While a player is setting up to hit his or her shot over a large penalty area filled with water, another player in the group comments, "You know the wind is in your face and it's 250 yards to carry that water?"

Interpretation Advice/2 - Verbal Comments or Actions That Are Not Advice

Examples of comments or actions that are not advice include:

  • During play of the 6th hole, a player asks another player what club he or she used on the 4th hole that is a par-3 of similar length.
  • A player makes a second stroke that lands on the putting green. Another player does likewise. The first player then asks the second player what club was used for the second stroke.
  • After making a stroke, a player says, "I should have used a 5-iron" to another player in the group that has yet to play onto the green, but not intending to influence his or her play.
  • A player looks into another player's bag to determine which club he or she used for the last stroke without touching or moving anything.
  • While lining up a putt, a player mistakenly seeks advice from another player's caddie, believing that caddie to be the player's caddie. The player immediately realizes the mistake and tells the other caddie not to answer.
Råd

Enhver mundtlig kommentar eller handling (som f.eks. at vise hvilken kølle, der lige blev brugt til et slag), som har til formål at udøve indflydelse på spilleren i forbindelse med at:

  • Vælge en kølle,
  • Udføre et slag, eller
  • Planlægge sit spil af et hul eller en runde.

Men råd inkluderer ikke offentlige oplysninger, f.eks.:

  • placeringen af ting på banen, som f.eks. hullet, greenen, fairway, strafområder, bunkere eller en anden spillers bold,
  • Afstanden fra et sted til et andet, eller
  • Reglerne.

 

Interpretation Advice/1 - Verbal Comments or Actions That Are Advice

Examples of when comments or actions are considered advice and are not allowed include:

  • A player makes a statement regarding club selection that was intended to be overheard by another player who had a similar stroke.
  • In individual stroke play, Player A, who has just holed out on the 7th hole, demonstrates to Player B, whose ball was just off the putting green, how to make the next stroke. Because Player B has not completed the hole, Player A gets the penalty on the 7th hole. But, if both Player A and Player B had completed the 7th hole, Player A gets the penalty on the 8th hole.
  • A player's ball is lying badly and the player is deliberating what action to take. Another player comments, "You have no shot at all. If I were you, I would decide to take unplayable ball relief." This comment is advice because it could have influenced the player in deciding how to play during a hole.
  • While a player is setting up to hit his or her shot over a large penalty area filled with water, another player in the group comments, "You know the wind is in your face and it's 250 yards to carry that water?"

Interpretation Advice/2 - Verbal Comments or Actions That Are Not Advice

Examples of comments or actions that are not advice include:

  • During play of the 6th hole, a player asks another player what club he or she used on the 4th hole that is a par-3 of similar length.
  • A player makes a second stroke that lands on the putting green. Another player does likewise. The first player then asks the second player what club was used for the second stroke.
  • After making a stroke, a player says, "I should have used a 5-iron" to another player in the group that has yet to play onto the green, but not intending to influence his or her play.
  • A player looks into another player's bag to determine which club he or she used for the last stroke without touching or moving anything.
  • While lining up a putt, a player mistakenly seeks advice from another player's caddie, believing that caddie to be the player's caddie. The player immediately realizes the mistake and tells the other caddie not to answer.
Råd

Enhver mundtlig kommentar eller handling (som f.eks. at vise hvilken kølle, der lige blev brugt til et slag), som har til formål at udøve indflydelse på spilleren i forbindelse med at:

  • Vælge en kølle,
  • Udføre et slag, eller
  • Planlægge sit spil af et hul eller en runde.

Men råd inkluderer ikke offentlige oplysninger, f.eks.:

  • placeringen af ting på banen, som f.eks. hullet, greenen, fairway, strafområder, bunkere eller en anden spillers bold,
  • Afstanden fra et sted til et andet, eller
  • Reglerne.

 

Interpretation Advice/1 - Verbal Comments or Actions That Are Advice

Examples of when comments or actions are considered advice and are not allowed include:

  • A player makes a statement regarding club selection that was intended to be overheard by another player who had a similar stroke.
  • In individual stroke play, Player A, who has just holed out on the 7th hole, demonstrates to Player B, whose ball was just off the putting green, how to make the next stroke. Because Player B has not completed the hole, Player A gets the penalty on the 7th hole. But, if both Player A and Player B had completed the 7th hole, Player A gets the penalty on the 8th hole.
  • A player's ball is lying badly and the player is deliberating what action to take. Another player comments, "You have no shot at all. If I were you, I would decide to take unplayable ball relief." This comment is advice because it could have influenced the player in deciding how to play during a hole.
  • While a player is setting up to hit his or her shot over a large penalty area filled with water, another player in the group comments, "You know the wind is in your face and it's 250 yards to carry that water?"

Interpretation Advice/2 - Verbal Comments or Actions That Are Not Advice

Examples of comments or actions that are not advice include:

  • During play of the 6th hole, a player asks another player what club he or she used on the 4th hole that is a par-3 of similar length.
  • A player makes a second stroke that lands on the putting green. Another player does likewise. The first player then asks the second player what club was used for the second stroke.
  • After making a stroke, a player says, "I should have used a 5-iron" to another player in the group that has yet to play onto the green, but not intending to influence his or her play.
  • A player looks into another player's bag to determine which club he or she used for the last stroke without touching or moving anything.
  • While lining up a putt, a player mistakenly seeks advice from another player's caddie, believing that caddie to be the player's caddie. The player immediately realizes the mistake and tells the other caddie not to answer.
Råd

Enhver mundtlig kommentar eller handling (som f.eks. at vise hvilken kølle, der lige blev brugt til et slag), som har til formål at udøve indflydelse på spilleren i forbindelse med at:

  • Vælge en kølle,
  • Udføre et slag, eller
  • Planlægge sit spil af et hul eller en runde.

Men råd inkluderer ikke offentlige oplysninger, f.eks.:

  • placeringen af ting på banen, som f.eks. hullet, greenen, fairway, strafområder, bunkere eller en anden spillers bold,
  • Afstanden fra et sted til et andet, eller
  • Reglerne.

 

Interpretation Advice/1 - Verbal Comments or Actions That Are Advice

Examples of when comments or actions are considered advice and are not allowed include:

  • A player makes a statement regarding club selection that was intended to be overheard by another player who had a similar stroke.
  • In individual stroke play, Player A, who has just holed out on the 7th hole, demonstrates to Player B, whose ball was just off the putting green, how to make the next stroke. Because Player B has not completed the hole, Player A gets the penalty on the 7th hole. But, if both Player A and Player B had completed the 7th hole, Player A gets the penalty on the 8th hole.
  • A player's ball is lying badly and the player is deliberating what action to take. Another player comments, "You have no shot at all. If I were you, I would decide to take unplayable ball relief." This comment is advice because it could have influenced the player in deciding how to play during a hole.
  • While a player is setting up to hit his or her shot over a large penalty area filled with water, another player in the group comments, "You know the wind is in your face and it's 250 yards to carry that water?"

Interpretation Advice/2 - Verbal Comments or Actions That Are Not Advice

Examples of comments or actions that are not advice include:

  • During play of the 6th hole, a player asks another player what club he or she used on the 4th hole that is a par-3 of similar length.
  • A player makes a second stroke that lands on the putting green. Another player does likewise. The first player then asks the second player what club was used for the second stroke.
  • After making a stroke, a player says, "I should have used a 5-iron" to another player in the group that has yet to play onto the green, but not intending to influence his or her play.
  • A player looks into another player's bag to determine which club he or she used for the last stroke without touching or moving anything.
  • While lining up a putt, a player mistakenly seeks advice from another player's caddie, believing that caddie to be the player's caddie. The player immediately realizes the mistake and tells the other caddie not to answer.
Stance

Placeringen af en spillers fødder og krop ved forberedelsen til og udførelsen af et slag.

Spillelinje

Den retning, spilleren ønsker dennes bold skal tage efter et slag, omfattende en forlængelse lodret opad og en rimelig afstand på hver side af denne linje.

Spillelinjen er ikke nødvendigvis en lige linje mellem to punkter (f.eks. kan det være en kurvet linje baseret på den linje, som spilleren ønsker, at bolden skal tage).

Stance

Placeringen af en spillers fødder og krop ved forberedelsen til og udførelsen af et slag.

Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Stance

Placeringen af en spillers fødder og krop ved forberedelsen til og udførelsen af et slag.

Stance

Placeringen af en spillers fødder og krop ved forberedelsen til og udførelsen af et slag.

Stance

Placeringen af en spillers fødder og krop ved forberedelsen til og udførelsen af et slag.

Stance

Placeringen af en spillers fødder og krop ved forberedelsen til og udførelsen af et slag.

Hul

Det afsluttende punkt på greenen for det hul, der spilles:

Hullet skal være 108 mm i diameter og mindst 101,6 mm dybt.

Hvis en foring er anvendt, må dens ydre diameter ikke overstige 108 mm. Foringen skal være sænket mindst 25,4 mm under greenens overflade, medmindre særlige jordbundsforhold forudsætter, at den er tættere på overfladen.

Ordet ”hul” (når det ikke bruges som en definition i kursiv) bliver brugt i Reglerne, og betyder så den del af banen, som hører sammen med et bestemt teested, green og hul. Spil af et hul begynder fra teestedet, og slutter, når bolden er i hulgreenen (eller når Reglerne i øvrigt anfører, at hullet er færdigspillet).

Slag

Den fremadgående bevægelse af køllen med den hensigt at slå til bolden.

Men et slag er ikke udført, hvis spilleren:

  • Under nedsvinget beslutter sig for ikke at ramme bolden og undgår at gøre dette ved bevidst at stoppe køllehovedet, før det når bolden eller, hvis ikke i stand til at stoppe, så ved bevidst at ramme forbi bolden.
  • Tilfældigt rammer bolden under udførelse af et prøvesving eller under forberedelserne til at udføre et slag.

Når Reglerne bruger ”spille en bold” er betydningen den samme som at udføre et slag.

Spillerens score for et hul eller en runde udgøres af et antal "slag," eller ”udførte slag”, som betyder både alle slag og alle strafslag. (Se Regel 3.1c.)

 

Interpretation Stroke/1 - Determining If a Stroke Was Made

If a player starts the downswing with a club intending to strike the ball, his or her action counts as a stroke when:

  • The clubhead is deflected or stopped by an outside influence (such as the branch of a tree) whether or not the ball is struck.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, whether or not the ball is struck with the shaft.
  • The clubhead separates from the shaft during the downswing and the player continues the downswing with the shaft alone, with the clubhead falling and striking the ball.

The player's action does not count as a stroke in each of following situations:

  • During the downswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player stops the downswing short of the ball, but the clubhead falls and strikes and moves the ball.
  • During the backswing, a player's clubhead separates from the shaft. The player completes the downswing with the shaft but does not strike the ball.
  • A ball is lodged in a tree branch beyond the reach of a club. If the player moves the ball by striking a lower part of the branch instead of the ball, Rule 9.4 (Ball Lifted or Moved by Player) applies.
Forbedre

At forandre et eller flere af de forhold, der påvirker slaget, eller andre fysiske forhold, der påvirker spillet, så spilleren får en potentiel fordel ved udførelsen af et slag.

Forhold, der påvirker slaget

Lejet af spillerens bold, der ligger stille, området for spillerens tilsigtede stance, området for spillerens tilsigtede sving, spillelinjen og lempelsesområdet, hvor spilleren vil droppe eller placere en bold.

  •  “Området for den tilsigtede stance” omfatter både, hvor spilleren vil placere sine fødder og hele det område, som med rimelighed har indflydelse på, hvordan og hvor spillerens krop er placeret i forberedelsen til at udføre det tilsigtede slag.
  • “Området for det tilsigtede sving” omfatter hele det område, som med rimelighed har indflydelse på tilbagesvinget, nedsvinget eller gennemførelsen af svinget for det tilsigtede slag.
  • Hvert af udtrykkene ”leje”, ”spillelinje” og ”lempelsesområde” har sin egen definition.
Forbedre

At forandre et eller flere af de forhold, der påvirker slaget, eller andre fysiske forhold, der påvirker spillet, så spilleren får en potentiel fordel ved udførelsen af et slag.

Stance

Placeringen af en spillers fødder og krop ved forberedelsen til og udførelsen af et slag.

Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Runde

18 eller færre huller spillet i den rækkefølge, Komitéen har bestemt.

Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).

Slagspil

En form for spil, hvor en spiller eller side konkurrerer mod alle andre spillere eller sider i turneringen.

I standardudgaven af slagspil (se Regel 3.3):

  • En spillers eller sides score for en runde er det samlede antal slag (omfattende udførte slag og alle strafslag), der er brugt på at spille bolden i hul på hvert hul, og
  • Vinderen er den spiller eller side, der fuldfører alle runder med det laveste samlede antal slag.

Andre former for slagspil med forskellige scoringsmetoder er Stableford, Maksimum Score og Par/Bogey (se Regel 21).

Alle former for slagspil kan spilles enten som individuelle turneringer (hver spiller konkurrerer for sig selv) eller i turneringer, der omfatter sider af partnere (Foursome eller Four-Ball).

Runde

18 eller færre huller spillet i den rækkefølge, Komitéen har bestemt.

Caddie

En person, der hjælper en spiller i løbet af en runde, herunder på følgende måder:

  • Bærer, transporterer eller håndterer køller: En person, som bærer, transporterer (f.eks. med buggy eller trolley) eller håndterer en spillers køller under spillet, er spillerens caddie, også selvom spilleren ikke har udnævnt denne person til caddie, undtagen hvis det er for at flytte spillerens bag eller buggy, som stod i vejen, eller af høflighed (f.eks. hente en kølle, spilleren har efterladt på et hul).
  • Give Råd: En spillers caddie er den eneste person (bortset fra en partner eller partnerens caddie), spilleren må bede om råd fra.

En caddie må også hjælpe spilleren på andre måder, som er tilladt af Reglerne (se Regel 10.3b).