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  • Pacific Harbour Golf Club - $39 (Save 60%) (WAS $99.0)
    18 Holes incl. Cart Carts Must be Back By 5:30 no guarantee of 18 holes ON COURSE AND DRIVING RANGE Dress Regulations Suitable Attire: Ladies and Gents Tailored pants Tailored shorts (Plain Coloured Cargo Shorts will be accepted. camouflage or multi coloured cargo shorts will not be accepted) Skirts/ Skorts Collared Shirt/ Mock style Golf Shirt Anklet sport or full length socks Clean Golf shoe or flat soled sport shoe (no metal spikes) Exception: Children under the age of 12 when accompanied by a suitably attired adult may wear T-Shirt or mock style top Unsuitable Attire: Ladies and Gents Denim pants or denim shorts of any type Tracksuit pants Board shorts or elastic waist/ draw string shorts T-Shirts (of any sort) and Singlet’s Thongs, sandals or shoes without socks Football jerseys/jumpers Metal spiked and/or open toed golf shoes
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#1 AAA

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Posted 26 September 2012 - 06:19 PM

I have just seen this on another board. "Well I got a call from the USGA about this one with an interesting response. 1. Fellow Competitor refers to anyone in the field for a stroke play event (not just your group)"

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Posted 27 September 2012 - 04:19 AM

Having the USGA calling you with a message contrary to what's said in the Rule Book ??? That's new.. :-O (From the definition of "competitor": "...A “competitor’’ is a player in a stroke-play competition. A “fellow-competitor’’ is any person with whom the competitor plays.)

#3 Shimonko

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Posted 27 September 2012 - 05:21 AM

I have just seen this on another board.
I saw that. Never trust a paraphrase.

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Posted 27 September 2012 - 05:40 PM

The USGA has now confirmed that 'a “fellow-competitor” is any person with whom the competitor plays (i.e. they are in the same group). Thus, the definition has not changed.'

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Posted 27 September 2012 - 10:37 PM

AAA, I don't know any of the particulars of this case but... I have seen 'the USGA' used as a label for people who are USGA Committee members (i.e., volunteers) -- some of those people are very good with the rules and some of them are horrible. Also, back when I could be labeled, 'the USGA', a national (U.S.) golf magazine misused a quote from me in an article that had the facts wrong (an article about the Stewart Cink bunker case from 2008) despite me clarifying the facts repeatedly with the original writer (who ulitimately passed the quote along to someone else to misuse). As Steb suggested, remain skeptical.

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Posted 28 September 2012 - 03:22 AM

RG I was. That is why I contacted the USGA myself and confirmed the correct interpretation. The original poster has now had confirmation that the original advice to him was wrong. My contact was with a Rules Associate. I assume his was also.




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