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The Rules of Bedroom Golf
> >> >
> >> >   1.  Each player shall furnish his own equipment -
> >> > normally, one club and two balls.
> >> >
> >> >   2.  Play on a course must be approved by the owner of
> >> > the hole.
> >> >
> >> > 3.  Unlike outdoor golf, the object is to get the club
> >> > into the hole and keep the balls out.
> >> >
> >> >   4.  For most effective play, the club should have a
> >> > firm shaft. Course owners are permitted to check the stiffness
> >> > before play begins.
> >> >
> >> >   5.  Course owners reserve the right to restrict the
> >> > length of the club to avoid damage to the hole.
> >> >
> >> >   6.  The object of the game is to take as many strokes
> >> > as is necessary until the course owner is satisfied. Failure to
do so
> >> > may result in  being denied permission to play the course again.
> >> >
> >> >   7.  It is considered bad form to begin playing the hole
> >> > immediately upon arrival at the course.  The experienced player
> >> > will normally take time to admire the whole course being played,
with
> >> > special attention to well formed bunkers.
> >> >
> >> >   8.  Players are cautioned not to mention other courses
> >> > they have played, or are currently playing, to the owner of the
> >> > course being played. Upset course owners have been known to
> >> > damage players' equipment for this  reason.
> >> >
> >> >   9.  Players are encouraged to bring along rain gear,
> >> > just in case.
> >> >
> >> >   10. Players should assure themselves that their match
> >> > has been properly scheduled, particularly when a course is
> >> > being played for the first time.   Previous players have been
known
> >> > to become irate if they discover someone else playing what they
> >> > consider a private course.
> >> >
> >> >   11. Players should not assume that a course is in
> >> > shape for play at all time. Some players may be embarrassed to
find
> >> > the course temporarily under repair. Players are advised to be
> >> > extremely tactful in this  situation.   More advanced players
> >> > will find alternative means of play when this is the case.
> >> >
> >> >   12. Players are advised to obtain the course owner's
> >> > permission before attempting to play the back nine.
> >> >
> >> >   13. Slow play is encouraged. however, players should
> >> > be prepared to proceed at a quicker pace, at least temporarily,
at
> >> > the course owner's request.
> >> >
> >> >   14. It is considered outstanding performance, time
> >> > permitting, to play the same hole several times in one match.
> >> >
> >> >   15. The course owner will be the sole judge as to who
> >> > is the best player.
> >> >
> >>
> >
> >
>




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