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Rule 2

– Match Play

Slide2

Rule

2 – Overview

2

1.

All golf is divided into two parts

2. Part 1 – match play

3. Six forms of match play (definitions)

4. Three types of concessions - match, hole, next stroke

5. Rule 2-5 – Claims dealing with

Doubt and Disputes (Covered Later)

Slide3

Principle Behind the Rules – Overview

All golf is divided into two parts

In match play only you and your opponent are involved

...

It is obvious that in match play your opponent, being present, can protect his interests whenever they may be jeopardized by any of your actions.

Photo of Richard Tufts Coming

Courtesy USGA Archive

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All golf is divided into two parts

In match play only you and your opponent are involved

but in stroke play every competitor in the field has an interest in the results of your play

.

In stroke play, all the other competitors in the field cannot be present to protect their rights, it is essential that the Rules serve as a safeguard to their interests.

Photo of Richard Tufts Coming

Courtesy USGA Archive

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Principle Behind the Rules – Overview

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Principle

Behind the Rules –

Overview

All golf is divided into two parts

TWO EXAMPLES OF HOW THE RULES OF GOLF ARE WRITTEN TO REFLECT THIS WORKING PRINCIPLE:

Examples: holing out

putting and striking another ball

Slide6

Principle Behind the Rules – Overview

All golf is divided into two parts

Holing Out

Rule 2-4. Concession of Match, Hole or Next Stroke

A player may concede his opponent’s next stroke at any time, provided the opponent’s ball is at rest. The opponent is considered to have holed out with his next stroke....

Rule 3-2. Failure to Hole Out

If a competitor fails to hole out at any hole and does not correct his mistake before he makes a stroke on the next teeing ground … he is disqualified.

Match Play – Not Required

Slide7

Principle Behind the Rules – Overview

All golf is divided into two parts

Holing Out

Rule 2-4. Concession of Match, Hole or Next Stroke

A player may concede his opponent’s next stroke at any time, provided the opponent’s ball is at rest. The opponent is considered to have holed out with his next stroke....

Rule 3-2. Failure to Hole Out

If a competitor fails to hole out at any hole and does not correct his mistake before he makes a stroke on the next teeing ground …

he is disqualified.

Stroke Play – Required

Slide8

Principle Behind the Rules – Overview

All golf is divided into two parts

Putting and Striking Another Ball

Rule 19-5a.

If a player’s ball in motion after a

stroke

is deflected or stopped by a ball in play and at rest, the player must play his ball as it lies.

In match play, there is no penalty. In stroke play … [if] both balls lay on the putting green

prior to the stroke … the player incurs a penalty of two strokes.

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Putting and Striking Another Ball

Rule 19-5a.

If a player’s ball in motion after a stroke is deflected or stopped by a ball in play and at rest, the player must play his ball as it lies.

In match play, there is no penalty.

In stroke play … [if] both balls lay on the putting green prior to the stroke … the player incurs a penalty of two strokes.

Match Play – No Penalty

Principle Behind the Rules – Overview

All golf is divided into two parts

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Putting and Striking Another Ball

Rule 19-5a.

If a player’s ball in motion after a stroke is deflected or stopped by a ball in play and at rest, the player must play his ball as it lies.

In match play, there is no penalty. In stroke play … [if] both balls lay on the putting green prior to the stroke

… the player incurs a penalty of two strokes.

Stroke Play – Penalty

Principle Behind the Rules – Overview

All golf is divided into two parts

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Definitions – Overview

The following terms appear in

Rule 2

Committee

Rulesforms of match play*

– sideholes (out) –

stipulated round* opponent

– stroke(s)putting green –

teeing ground

The following

terms are

defined in

Rule 2

dormie – match

halved hole (half)

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Forms of Match Play

(1 of 6)

Single

:

A match in which one plays against another.

© USGA/Robert Walker

2007

U.S.

Senior Women’s Amateur finalists:

Anna Schultz and Robyn Puckett

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Forms of Match Play

(2 of 6)

Four-Ball

:

A match in which

two play their better ball against the better ball of two other players.

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Forms of Match Play

(3 of 6)

Best-Ball

:

A match in which

one plays against

the better ball of two players or

the best ball of three players.

©USGA

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Forms of Match Play

(4 of 6)

Foursome

:

A match in which

two players play against

two other players, and each side plays

one ball.

**

SOME

of the partners play

SOME of the time

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Courtesy of The R&A

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Forms of Match Play

(5 of 6)

Threesome

:

A match in which

one player plays against two other players, and

each side plays one

ball.

**

SOME

of the partners play

SOME

of the time

©USGA

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Forms of Match Play

(6 of 6)

Three-Ball

:

Three players

play a match against one another, each playing his own ball.

Each player is playing two distinct matches.

Match

1

Match

2

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Each player is playing two distinct matches

There are three matches being played in the group:

1 - Curly vs. Moe

2 - Moe vs. Larry

3 - Curly vs.

L

arry

Match

3

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Stipulated Round

The “

stipulated round

” consists of playing the holes of the

course

in their correct sequence unless otherwise authorized by the Committee.The number of holes in a

stipulated round is 18 unless a smaller number is authorized by the Committee.

As to extension of stipulated round in match play, see Rule 2-3.

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This definition consists of:

2 default meanings

Committee options allowing defaults to be altered

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Stipulated Round

The “

stipulated round

” consists of

playing the holes

of the course in their correct sequence… unless otherwise authorized by the Committee.

The number of holes in a stipulated round

is 18… unless a smaller number is authorized by the

Committee.

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Default Meanings

Slide20

Stipulated Round

The “

stipulated round

” consists of playing the holes of the

course

in their correct sequence unless otherwise authorized by the Committee.

The number of holes in a stipulated round is 18

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Committee Option 1

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Stipulated Round

The “

stipulated round

” consists of playing the holes of the

course

in their correct sequence unless otherwise authorized by the Committee.

The number of holes in a stipulated round is 18 unless

a smaller number is authorized

by the Committee.

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Committee Option 2

Slide22

Stipulated Round

The “

stipulated round

” consists of playing the holes of the

course

in their correct sequence unless otherwise authorized by the Committee.The number of holes in a

stipulated round is 18 unless a smaller number

is authorized by the Committee

.

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Committee Option 2

Rule

33-1.

Conditions; Waiving Rule

“...

The number of holes of a

stipulated round

must not be reduced

once play

has commenced for that round

...”

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Stipulated Round

The “

stipulated round

” consists of playing the holes of the

course

in their correct sequence unless otherwise authorized by the Committee.The number of holes in a stipulated round

is 18 unless a smaller number is authorized by the Committee.

As to extension of stipulated round in match play, see Rule 2-3.

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Committee Option 3

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Stipulated Round

The “

stipulated round

” consists of playing the holes of the

course

in their correct sequence unless otherwise authorized by the Committee.The number of holes in a stipulated round

is 18 unless a smaller number is authorized by the Committee.

As to extension of stipulated round in match play, see

Rule 2-3.

Rule 2-3. Winner of Match

...If there is a

tie

, the

Committee

may

extend the

stipulated round

by as many holes as are required for a match to be won.

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Committee Option 3

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2-1. General

A match consists of one

side playing against another over a stipulated round

unless otherwise decreed by the

Committee

.Internal Definition: Match

Hole

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2-1. General

A match consists of one

side

playing against another over a

stipulated round

unless otherwise decreed by the Committee.In match play the game is played by holes.

Internal Definition: Match

Hole

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Hole

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2-1. General

Except as otherwise provided in the

Rules

, a hole is won by the

side

that

holes

its ball in the fewer

strokes

.

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2-1. General

Except as otherwise provided in the Rules, a hole is won by the side that holes its ball in the fewer strokes. In a handicap match the lower net score wins the hole.

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2-1. General

The state of the match is expressed by the terms:

so many “holes up” or

all square

,” and so many “to play.”A side is “dormie” when it is as many holes up as there are holes remaining to be played.

Internal Definition:

Dormie

©USGA

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2-1. General

** Players must play the stipulated round until a winner is determined. Scoring is by holes. Terms are “holes up”, all square”, “halved” and “dormie”.

** If the players in a match agreed to omit two holes, i.e. agree to settle the match over 16 holes, the players are disqualified under Rule 1-3 for excluding the operation of Rule 2-1 by failing to play the stipulated round… provided the players knew that this was a breach of the Rules. If they did not know that their action was a breach of the Rules, the match stands as played.

©USGA

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2-2. Halved Hole

A hole is halved if each

side holes out in the same number of strokes.

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Able

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Baker

4

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2-2. Halved Hole

A hole is halved if each

side holes

out in the same number of

strokes

.When a player has holed out and

his opponent has been left with a stroke for the half,

if the player subsequently incurs a penalty, the hole is halved.

Player

giving

advice to Opponent

with

putt

to halve hole (see Decision 2-2/1)

Player

Made a 4

Putting for a 4

(a half)

©USGA

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Opponent

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A hole is halved if each

side holes

out in the same number of strokes

.

When

a player has holed out and his opponent has been left with a

stroke for the half, if the player subsequently incurs a penalty, the hole is halved.

2-2. Halved Hole

Made a 4

Internal Definition:

Halved (and Half)

©USGA

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Player

Opponent

Player

giving

advice to Opponent

with

putt

to halve hole (see Decision 2-2/1)

Putting for a 4

(a half)

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2-2. Halved Hole

** Players may agree to halve a hole once play has begun for the hole.

** However, if the players agree to consider a hole halved without either player making a stroke, they should be disqualified under Rule 1-3 for agreeing to exclude the operation of Rule 2-1 by failing to play the stipulated round, provided the players knew that this was a breach of the Rules.

A

B

Internal Definition:

Halved (and Half)

©USGA

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A match is won when one

side

leads by a number of holes greater than the number remaining to be played....

2-3. Winner of Match

Meadow

wins

4

& 3(4 holes up with

3 holes to play)

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2-3. Winner of Match

…If there is a tie, the

Committee may extend the

stipulated round

by as many holes as are required for a match to be won.

Hole

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Cantlay

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2-4. Concession of Match, Hole or Next Stroke

A player may concede

a match at any time prior to the start or conclusion of that match.

A player may concede

a hole

at any time prior to the start or conclusion of that hole.

That ball is out of bounds, I concede this hole.

©USGA

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A player may concede his

opponent

’s next stroke at any time, provided the opponent’s ball is at rest.

The

opponent

is considered to have holed out with his next stroke, and the ball may be removed by either side.

2-4. Concession of Match, Hole or Next Stroke

Your putt is good ...

no, it’s not good.

©USGA

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A concession may not be

declined or

withdrawn.

(Ball overhanging hole - see Rule 16-2.)

2-4. Concession of Match, Hole or Next Stroke

Your putt is good ... no, it’s not good.

See Decision 2-4/7 (Concession of Stroke Refused by Player and Withdrawn by Opponent; Player Then Putts and Misses)

©USGA

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Rule

2-5 – To Be Covered Later

Slide41

2-6. General Penalty

The penalty for a breach of a

Rule in match play is loss of hole

except when otherwise provided.

Player improving

the area of his intended swing in breach of Rule 13-2.

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2-6. General Penalty

The penalty for a breach of a

Rule in match play is loss of hole

except when

otherwise provided

.Player improving the area of his intended swing in breach of Rule 13-2.

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Otherwise

Provided

=

one-stroke penalty

adjustment penalty

disqualification

disqualification for hole

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Rule

2 – Review

43

1.

All golf Is divided into two parts

2. Part 1 – match play

3. Six forms of match play (definitions)

4. Three types of concessions - match, hole, next stroke

5. Rule 2-5 – Claims dealing with Doubt and

Disputes

Slide44

1.

All golf Is divided into two parts

2. Part 1 – match play

3. Six forms of match play (definitions)

4. Three types of concessions - match, hole, next stroke

5

. Rule 2-5 – Claims dealing with Doubt and Disputes

Rule

2

Review

44

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