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Regel 23

Purpose: Rule 24 covers team competitions (played in either match play or stroke play), where multiple players or sides compete as a team with the results of their rounds or matches combined to produce an overall team score.

24.1
Overview of Team Competitions
  • A “team” is a group of players who play as individuals or as sides to compete against other teams.
  • Their play in the team event may also be part of another competition (such as individual stroke play) that takes place at the same time.

Rules 1-23 apply in a team competition, as modified by these specific Rules.

24.2
Terms of Team Competition

The Committee decides the form of play, how a team’s overall score is to be calculated and other Terms of the Competition, such as:

  • In match play, the number of points awarded for winning or tying a match.
  • In stroke play, the number of scores to count in each team’s total score.
  • Whether the competition may end in a tie and, if not, how the tie will be decided.
24.3
Team Captain

Each team may name a team captain to lead the team and make decisions for it, such as which players on the team will play in which rounds or matches, in what order they will play and who will play together as partners.

The team captain may be a player in the competition.

24.4
Advice Allowed in Team Competition
a
Person Allowed to Give Advice to Team (Advice Giver)

The Committee may adopt a Local Rule allowing each team to name one person (an “advice giver”) who may give advice and other help as allowed in Rule 10.2b(2) to players on the team during a round and who may be asked for advice by players on the team:

  • The advice giver may be the team captain, a team coach or other person (including a team member playing in the competition).
  • The advice giver must be identified to the Committee before giving advice.
  • The Committee may allow a team’s advice giver to change during a round or during the competition.

See Committee Procedures, Section 8; Model Local Rule H-2 (the Committee may adopt a Local Rule allowing each team to name two advice givers).

b
Restriction on Advice Giver While Playing

If a team’s advice giver is a player on the team, he or she is not allowed to act in that role while playing a round in the competition.

While playing a round, the advice giver is treated like any other playing team member for purposes of the restrictions on advice in Rule 10.2a.

[Clarification available: Advice Giver Must Not Deliberately Stand Behind Player]

c
No Advice between Team Members Other Than Partners

Except when playing together as partners on a side:

A player must not ask for advice from or give advice to a member of his or her team playing on the course.

This applies whether the team member is playing in the same group as the player or in another group on the course.

See Committee Procedures, Section 8; Model Local Rule H-5 (in a stroke play team competition where a player’s score for the round counts only as part of the team’s score, the Committee may adopt a Local Rule allowing team members playing in the same group to give each other advice even if they are not partners).

Penalty for Breach of Rule 24.4: General Penalty.

Partij

Twee of meer partners die als partij spelen in een ronde bij matchplay of strokeplay.

Iedere groep van partners is een partij, ongeacht of iedere partner zijn of haar eigen bal speelt (Four-Ball) of de partners samen één bal spelen (Foursomes).

Een partij is niet hetzelfde als een team. In een teamwedstrijd, bestaat ieder team uit spelers die individueel of als partij spelen.

Strokeplay

Een spelvorm waarbij een speler of partij het opneemt tegen alle andere spelers of partijen in de wedstrijd.

In de reguliere vorm van strokeplay (zie Regel 3.3):

  • is de score van een speler of partij voor een ronde het totaal aantal slagen dat hij of zij nodig heeft om op iedere hole uit te holen (gespeelde slagen en opgelopen strafslagen inbegrepen), en
  • is de winnaar de speler of partij die alle rondes met in totaal het minst aantal slagen uitspeelt.

Andere vormen van strokeplay met andere methodes om de score te bepalen zijn Stableford, Maximum Score en Par/Bogey (zie Regel 21).

Alle vormen van strokeplay kunnen worden gespeeld in zowel individuele wedstrijden (iedere speler speelt voor zichzelf) als in wedstrijden met partijen of partners (Foursomes of Four-Ball)

Commissie - Committee

De persoon of groep verantwoordelijk voor de wedstrijd of de baan.

Zie Commissie Procedures, Sectie 1 (uitleg van de rol van de Commissie).

Matchplay

Een spelvorm waarbij een speler of partij rechtstreeks tegen een tegenstander of tegenpartij speelt in een onderlinge wedstrijd van een of meerdere rondes:

  • een speler of partij wint een hole in de wedstrijd door de hole in minder slagen uit te spelen (met inbegrip van gespeelde slagen en strafslagen), en
  • de wedstrijd is gewonnen wanneer een speler of partij meer holes voor staat op de tegenstander of tegenpartij dan er nog te spelen zijn.

Matchplay kan worden gespeeld als een één-tegen-éénwedstrijd (waarbij één speler rechtstreeks tegen één tegenstander speelt), een Driebal-wedstrijd of een Foursomes of Four-Ball-wedstrijd tussen partijen van twee partners.

Strokeplay

Een spelvorm waarbij een speler of partij het opneemt tegen alle andere spelers of partijen in de wedstrijd.

In de reguliere vorm van strokeplay (zie Regel 3.3):

  • is de score van een speler of partij voor een ronde het totaal aantal slagen dat hij of zij nodig heeft om op iedere hole uit te holen (gespeelde slagen en opgelopen strafslagen inbegrepen), en
  • is de winnaar de speler of partij die alle rondes met in totaal het minst aantal slagen uitspeelt.

Andere vormen van strokeplay met andere methodes om de score te bepalen zijn Stableford, Maximum Score en Par/Bogey (zie Regel 21).

Alle vormen van strokeplay kunnen worden gespeeld in zowel individuele wedstrijden (iedere speler speelt voor zichzelf) als in wedstrijden met partijen of partners (Foursomes of Four-Ball)

Ronde - Round

18 holes of minder, gespeeld in de volgorde zoals bepaald door de Commissie.

Partner

Een speler die samen met een andere speler in dezelfde partij speelt, bij matchplay of strokeplay.

Commissie - Committee

De persoon of groep verantwoordelijk voor de wedstrijd of de baan.

Zie Commissie Procedures, Sectie 1 (uitleg van de rol van de Commissie).

Advies - Advice

Elke opmerking of handeling (zoals laten zien welke club net gebruikt is voor het doen van een slag) die is bedoeld om een speler te beïnvloeden bij:

  • de keuze van een club;
  • het doen van een slag, of
  • de beslissing over de speelwijze tijdens een hole of ronde.

Echter wat voor iedereen waarneembaar of bekend is, valt niet onder advies, bijvoorbeeld:

  • de plaats van zaken op de baan, zoals de hole, de green, de fairway, hindernissen, bunkers of de bal van een andere speler;
  • de afstand tussen twee punten, of
  • de Regels.

 

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.
Ronde - Round

18 holes of minder, gespeeld in de volgorde zoals bepaald door de Commissie.

Advies - Advice

Elke opmerking of handeling (zoals laten zien welke club net gebruikt is voor het doen van een slag) die is bedoeld om een speler te beïnvloeden bij:

  • de keuze van een club;
  • het doen van een slag, of
  • de beslissing over de speelwijze tijdens een hole of ronde.

Echter wat voor iedereen waarneembaar of bekend is, valt niet onder advies, bijvoorbeeld:

  • de plaats van zaken op de baan, zoals de hole, de green, de fairway, hindernissen, bunkers of de bal van een andere speler;
  • de afstand tussen twee punten, of
  • de Regels.

 

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.
Commissie - Committee

De persoon of groep verantwoordelijk voor de wedstrijd of de baan.

Zie Commissie Procedures, Sectie 1 (uitleg van de rol van de Commissie).

Advies - Advice

Elke opmerking of handeling (zoals laten zien welke club net gebruikt is voor het doen van een slag) die is bedoeld om een speler te beïnvloeden bij:

  • de keuze van een club;
  • het doen van een slag, of
  • de beslissing over de speelwijze tijdens een hole of ronde.

Echter wat voor iedereen waarneembaar of bekend is, valt niet onder advies, bijvoorbeeld:

  • de plaats van zaken op de baan, zoals de hole, de green, de fairway, hindernissen, bunkers of de bal van een andere speler;
  • de afstand tussen twee punten, of
  • de Regels.

 

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.
Commissie - Committee

De persoon of groep verantwoordelijk voor de wedstrijd of de baan.

Zie Commissie Procedures, Sectie 1 (uitleg van de rol van de Commissie).

Ronde - Round

18 holes of minder, gespeeld in de volgorde zoals bepaald door de Commissie.

Commissie - Committee

De persoon of groep verantwoordelijk voor de wedstrijd of de baan.

Zie Commissie Procedures, Sectie 1 (uitleg van de rol van de Commissie).

Ronde - Round

18 holes of minder, gespeeld in de volgorde zoals bepaald door de Commissie.

Ronde - Round

18 holes of minder, gespeeld in de volgorde zoals bepaald door de Commissie.

Advies - Advice

Elke opmerking of handeling (zoals laten zien welke club net gebruikt is voor het doen van een slag) die is bedoeld om een speler te beïnvloeden bij:

  • de keuze van een club;
  • het doen van een slag, of
  • de beslissing over de speelwijze tijdens een hole of ronde.

Echter wat voor iedereen waarneembaar of bekend is, valt niet onder advies, bijvoorbeeld:

  • de plaats van zaken op de baan, zoals de hole, de green, de fairway, hindernissen, bunkers of de bal van een andere speler;
  • de afstand tussen twee punten, of
  • de Regels.

 

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.
Partner

Een speler die samen met een andere speler in dezelfde partij speelt, bij matchplay of strokeplay.

Partij

Twee of meer partners die als partij spelen in een ronde bij matchplay of strokeplay.

Iedere groep van partners is een partij, ongeacht of iedere partner zijn of haar eigen bal speelt (Four-Ball) of de partners samen één bal spelen (Foursomes).

Een partij is niet hetzelfde als een team. In een teamwedstrijd, bestaat ieder team uit spelers die individueel of als partij spelen.

Advies - Advice

Elke opmerking of handeling (zoals laten zien welke club net gebruikt is voor het doen van een slag) die is bedoeld om een speler te beïnvloeden bij:

  • de keuze van een club;
  • het doen van een slag, of
  • de beslissing over de speelwijze tijdens een hole of ronde.

Echter wat voor iedereen waarneembaar of bekend is, valt niet onder advies, bijvoorbeeld:

  • de plaats van zaken op de baan, zoals de hole, de green, de fairway, hindernissen, bunkers of de bal van een andere speler;
  • de afstand tussen twee punten, of
  • de Regels.

 

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.
Advies - Advice

Elke opmerking of handeling (zoals laten zien welke club net gebruikt is voor het doen van een slag) die is bedoeld om een speler te beïnvloeden bij:

  • de keuze van een club;
  • het doen van een slag, of
  • de beslissing over de speelwijze tijdens een hole of ronde.

Echter wat voor iedereen waarneembaar of bekend is, valt niet onder advies, bijvoorbeeld:

  • de plaats van zaken op de baan, zoals de hole, de green, de fairway, hindernissen, bunkers of de bal van een andere speler;
  • de afstand tussen twee punten, of
  • de Regels.

 

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.
Baan - Course

Het hele speelgebied binnen de door de Commissie gestelde grenzen van de baan:

  • Alle gebieden binnen de grenzen van de baan zijn binnen de baan en onderdeel van de baan.
  • Alle gebieden buiten de grenzen van de baan zijn buiten de baan (out-of-bounds) en geen onderdeel van de baan.
  • De grens van de baan loopt loodrecht omhoog en omlaag.

De baan bestaat uit vijf gedefinieerde gebieden van de baan.

Baan - Course

Het hele speelgebied binnen de door de Commissie gestelde grenzen van de baan:

  • Alle gebieden binnen de grenzen van de baan zijn binnen de baan en onderdeel van de baan.
  • Alle gebieden buiten de grenzen van de baan zijn buiten de baan (out-of-bounds) en geen onderdeel van de baan.
  • De grens van de baan loopt loodrecht omhoog en omlaag.

De baan bestaat uit vijf gedefinieerde gebieden van de baan.

Strokeplay

Een spelvorm waarbij een speler of partij het opneemt tegen alle andere spelers of partijen in de wedstrijd.

In de reguliere vorm van strokeplay (zie Regel 3.3):

  • is de score van een speler of partij voor een ronde het totaal aantal slagen dat hij of zij nodig heeft om op iedere hole uit te holen (gespeelde slagen en opgelopen strafslagen inbegrepen), en
  • is de winnaar de speler of partij die alle rondes met in totaal het minst aantal slagen uitspeelt.

Andere vormen van strokeplay met andere methodes om de score te bepalen zijn Stableford, Maximum Score en Par/Bogey (zie Regel 21).

Alle vormen van strokeplay kunnen worden gespeeld in zowel individuele wedstrijden (iedere speler speelt voor zichzelf) als in wedstrijden met partijen of partners (Foursomes of Four-Ball)

Ronde - Round

18 holes of minder, gespeeld in de volgorde zoals bepaald door de Commissie.

Commissie - Committee

De persoon of groep verantwoordelijk voor de wedstrijd of de baan.

Zie Commissie Procedures, Sectie 1 (uitleg van de rol van de Commissie).

Advies - Advice

Elke opmerking of handeling (zoals laten zien welke club net gebruikt is voor het doen van een slag) die is bedoeld om een speler te beïnvloeden bij:

  • de keuze van een club;
  • het doen van een slag, of
  • de beslissing over de speelwijze tijdens een hole of ronde.

Echter wat voor iedereen waarneembaar of bekend is, valt niet onder advies, bijvoorbeeld:

  • de plaats van zaken op de baan, zoals de hole, de green, de fairway, hindernissen, bunkers of de bal van een andere speler;
  • de afstand tussen twee punten, of
  • de Regels.

 

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.
Partner

Een speler die samen met een andere speler in dezelfde partij speelt, bij matchplay of strokeplay.

Algemene straf - General Penalty

Verlies van de hole bij matchplay of twee strafslagen bij strokeplay.