AGA RULES OF THE MONTH
USGA Rule 3.3
In this video, Arizona Golf Association Executive Director Ed Gowan breaks down USGA Rule 3.3, Stroke Play. Learn the differences between Stroke Play and Match Play and the different processes you must follow in order to not be penalized. If you haven’t watched the Match Play Rule of the Month Video, scroll down to watch it.
USGA Rule 3.2: Match Play
In this Arizona Golf Association Rule of the Month segment, sponsored by Physician’s Choice CBD, we learn more about Rule 3.2: Match Play. AGA Executive Director Ed Gowan takes us through the differences between Stroke Play and Match Play – there are most likely a few rules situations about which you didn’t know before!
USGA Rule 11: Ball in Motion
In this Arizona Golf Association Rule of the Month segment, sponsored by Physician’s Choice CBD, we learn more about Rule 11: Ball in Motion. What happens when a ball in motion is stopped or deflected, either unintentionally or intentionally? AGA Executive Director Ed Gowan takes us through a handful of examples!
USGA Rule 8: Conditions Affecting The Stroke
One of the central principles of the game of golf is to play the course as you find it. Rule 8 addresses this specifically in relation to the areas of the course that affect the player’s next stroke, also known as, the Conditions Affecting the Stroke (CATS). Watch this month’s Rule of the Month to learn more.
USGA Rule 15: Relief From Loose Impediments and
Rule 15 covers when and how the player may take free relief from loose impediments and movable obstructions. Inside this Arizona Golf Association Rule of the Month segment, we learn these movable natural and artificial objects are not treated as part of the challenge of playing the course, and a player is normally allowed to remove them when they interfere with play.
USGA Rule 6: The Teeing Area
Your ball is in the teeing area when any part of the ball touches or is above any part of the teeing area. You may stand outside the teeing area in making the stroke at a ball in the teeing area. You may play the ball from a tee placed on the ground or from the ground itself. Inside this Arizona Golf Association Rule of the Month segment, we go into detail about the teeing area all teeing area rules.
USGA Rule 12: Bunkers
Rule 12 is specifically for bunkers, which are specially prepared areas intended to test your ability to play a ball from the sand. Inside this Arizona Golf Association Rule Of The Month segment we learn about everything you can and cannot do when your ball finds a bunker.
USGA Rule 14: The Universal Relief Procedure
Not all golf shots end up on target – but knowing how to get your ball back in play is half the battle. Inside this Arizona Golf Association Rule Of The Month segment we learn all about the new USGA Universal Relief Procedure. Finally the rules of golf are becoming easier and easier to understand.