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Skuola Screenshot Piecegameszee, I wanted to say thanks to you for your help so far with my golf game. I needed to let you know that I shot a 75 the other day in a tournament game, my best round at any time. I had 32 total putts and NO 3 putts. I definitely could not did that before. Thanks a lot again and I'll be back in touch soon to get some more lessons lined up.Brett

The Music Magazine Screenshot PieceHi there gameszee!!! I have recently been playing my best in golf, mostly because of you!!! two days back I shot an 70 in my club tourney and came in 3 rd place.
Adam

The Music Magazine Screenshot PieceI actually played in an event when I got again from camp and result 76 and came in fourth. I feel far more confident on the course with my mental thoughts. I used the tips you wrote down on that sheet and they have helped me many.
Jessica


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  • No more than 14 clubs can be utilized amid a round
  • If you discover your ball split, cut, or rusty then you may supplant the ball with another ball without punishment.
  • On the day of a competition cycle, a player must not rehearse on the course before a round in Stroke Play, or it will bring about preclusion
  • On the Teeing ground a player must tee the ball behind the markers and inside 2 club lengths behind the marker.
  • When playing a round the ball must be played as it falsehoods unless the golf board tells generally.
  • The player may test the ground by taking practice swings however should not test the ground in a peril "water danger" or a shelter "sand trap".
  • If a player contacts the ball amid a stroke more than once, he should check the stroke and add an extra punishment stroke.
  • If a player makes a stroke at the wrong ball, that is viewed as a punishment (Match Play-loss of gap, Stroke Play-2 stroke punishment).
  • A player may lift and clean his ball on the putting green strictly when he has initially denoted his ball with a ball marker, for example, a coin.
  • If a ball very still is moved by an outside organization, for example, a ref, forecaddie, onlooker, or a marker, the ball might be supplanted without punishment.
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