Rule 1.1 (The Game) The Game of Golf consists of playing a ball with a club from the teeing ground into the hole by a stroke or successive strokes in accordance with the ____.
Rule 2.2 (Match Play) A hole is ____ if each side holes out in the same number of strokes.
Rule 2.4 (Match Play) A player may ____ a hole at any time prior to the start or conclusion of that hole.
Rule 3.1 (Stroke Play) In a handicap competition, the competitor with the lowest ____ score for the stipulated round or rounds is the winner.
Rule 4.2 (Clubs) Foreign material must not be applied to the club face for the purpose of influencing the ____of the ball.
Rule 4.4 (Clubs) The player must not start a stipulated round with more than ____ clubs.
Rule 5.3 (The Ball) A ball is unfit for play if it is visibly cut, ____ or out of shape.
Rule 6.4 (The Player) The player may be assisted by a ____, but he is limited to only one ____ at any one time.
Rule 6.6 (The Player) No ____ may be made on a score card after the competitor has returned it to the Committee.
Rule 6.7 (The Player) The player must play without undue delay and in accordance with any ____ of play guidelines that the Committee may establish.
Rule 6.8 (The Player) The player must not discontinue play unless ... (ii) he believes there is a danger of ____.
Rule 7.1 (Practice) On any day of a match play competition, a player may practise on the competition course ____ a round.
Rule 8.2 (Advice; Indicating Line of Play) A ____ must not be placed anywhere to indicate a line for putting.
Rule 9.1 (Information as to Strokes Taken) The number of strokes a player has taken includes any ____ strokes incurred.
Rule 10.1 (Order of Play) After both players have started play of the hole, the ball ____ from the hole is played first.
Rule 11.3 (Teeing Ground) If a ball, when not in play, falls off a tee or is knocked off a tee by the ____ in addressing it, it may be re-teed, without penalty.
Rule 12.1 (Searching for and Identifying Ball) If a ball is believed to be lying in a water hazard, the player may, without penalty, probe for it with a ____ or otherwise.
Rule 13.2 (Ball Played as it Lies) A player must not improve or allow to be improved: ... the area of his intended ____ or swing.
Rule 14.1 (Striking the Ball) The ball must be fairly struck at with the ____ of the club and must not be pushed, scraped or spooned.
Rule 14.5 (Striking the Ball) A player must not make a stroke at his ball while it is ____.
Rule 15.2 (Substituted Ball; Wrong Ball) A player may substitute a ball when proceeding under a Rule that permits the player to play, drop or ____ another ball.
Rule 16.1 (The Putting Green) During the stipulated round, a player must not test the ____ of any putting green by rolling a ball or roughening or scraping the ____.
Rule 17.1 (The Flagstick) Before making a stroke anywhere on the course, the player may have the flagstick attended, removed or held up to indicate the ____ of the hole.
Rule 18.5 (Ball at Rest Moved) If a ball in play and at rest is moved by another ball in motion after a stroke , the moved ball must be ____.
Rule 19.2 (Ball in Motion Deflected or Stopped) If a player’s ball is accidentally deflected or stopped by himself, his partner or either of their caddies or ____, the player incurs a penalty of one stroke.
Rule 20.2 (Lifting, Dropping and Placing; Playing from Wrong Place) He must stand erect, hold the ball at ____ height and arm’s length and drop it.
Rule 21.1 (Cleaning Ball) A ball on the ____ green may be cleaned when lifted under Rule 16.1.
Rule 22.2 (Ball Assisting or Interfering With Play) Except when a ball is in motion, if a player considers that another ball might interfere with his play, he may have it ____.
Rule 23.1 (Loose Impediments) Except when both the loose impediment and the ball lie in or touch the same ____, any loose impediment may be removed without penalty.
Rule 24.2 (Obstruction) A player may take relief, without penalty, from a ____ obstruction as follows: ... a) If the ball does not lie in or on the obstruction, the obstruction may be removed.
Rule 25.1 (Abnormal Ground Conditions, Embedded Ball, Wrong Putting Green) Interference by an abnormal ground condition occurs when a ball lies in or touches the condition or when the condition interferes with the player’s stance or the area of his intended ____.
Rule 26.1 (Water Hazards (Including Lateral Water Hazards) If a ball is found in a water hazard ... the player may under penalty of one stroke: ... b) drop a ball ____ the water hazard , keeping the point at which the original ball last crossed the margin of the water hazard.
Rule 27.1 (Ball Lost or Out of Bounds; Provisional Ball) If a ball is out of bounds, the player must play a ball, under penalty of one stroke, as nearly as possible at the spot from which the ____ ball was last played.
Rule 28.1 (Ball Unplayable) The player may deem his ball unplayable at any place on the course, except when the ball is in a ____ hazard.
Rule 29.1 (Threesomes and Foursomes) In a threesome or a foursome, during any stipulated round the partners must play alternately from the teeing grounds and ____ during the play of each hole.
Rule 30.3 (Three-Ball, Best-Ball and Four-Ball Match Play) A side may be represented by one partner for all or any part of a match; all partners need not be present. An absent partner may join a match between holes, but not ____ play of a hole.
Rule 31.3 (Four-Ball Stroke Play) The marker is required to record for each hole only the ____ score of whichever partner’s score is to count.
Rule 32.1 (Bogey, Par and Stableford Competitions) Bogey, par and Stableford competitions are forms of stroke play in which play is against a ____ score at each hole.
Rule 33.1 (The Committee) The Committee must establish the ____ under which a competition is to be played.
Rule 34.1 (Disputes and Decisions) In stroke play, a penalty must not be rescinded, modified or imposed after the competition has ____.