Rule 29 of the Rules of Golf: Threesomes and Foursomes

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In this video, Mark Wilson discusses some specific aspects of Rule 29 from the rules of golf. First, he provides a general definition of foursomes and threesomes (which is more commonly played overseas). Another aspect of the rule that Mark discusses is the teeing ground. In match play during a foursome match, there is no penalty for playing outside the teeing ground, but your opponents can immediately cancel that stroke and require you to re-hit from within the playing ground.

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One Response to “Rule 29 of the Rules of Golf: Threesomes and Foursomes”
  1. Arinbjörn Rebel Kúld

    Thanks, Interesting. Team play is a great way to have fun in golf.

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