Thursday, October 20, 2005

Excuse Me, Playing Through

Here's an interesting rule for those of us who tend to get a bit wild:

A ball hit into a clubhouse or any building not considered out of bounds conceivably could be played out without penalty. In fact, the player would be allowed to open a door or window to make this possible. The same goes for a barn door or other movable object integral to a structure.

Now that I know this I can't wait until the next time I hit into the 19th hole.

Golf Times


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Blogger dave said...

I hit into the open garage of a townhouse at Harbor Hills once. The townhouse construction was not complete thank goodness. I didn't know this rule and wouldn't have used it; too embarrassed. Just wanted to get down the hill and on with the game.

8:19 AM  
Blogger Mattb said...

Hi Dave,

I wouldn't be embarressed. Who among us haven't hit a house or two in our golfing life. Besides, it would save you a penalty stroke.

Thanks for the post.


9:50 AM  
Blogger kiwihacker said...

knowing my luck i'd be stuck right in the corner of something with no shot

6:27 AM  
Blogger Mattb said...

Hey Kiwihacker, haven't you ever heard of the bank shot off the 2x4 through the open window. I thought everyone learned that shot when they get caught in the corner.


7:55 PM  

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