New Rules Verdict I 2019 Golf Rules I Golf Monthly



► In this video, Golf Rules Guru Jeremy Ellwood talks through some of the key changes to the rules of golf for 2019. He also offers his verdict on this major change to the game.

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    26 Replies to “New Rules Verdict I 2019 Golf Rules I Golf Monthly”

    1. Monkton John says:

      Out of all the rules why oh why can’t non professional player have a free lift when in a divot come on R&A this is the harshest rule in our great game

    2. Art Golfer says:

      The new rules of golf do NOT allow you, on the putting green, to repair natural surface imperfections (such as uneven growth), etc. Yet I see some professionals sometimes tapping their line of putt willy-nilly, quickly and lightly in several different spots. Seemingly no contemplation of whether it might be legal or not. What is the official stance on all this tapping? They seem to tap anything and everything without regard to the wording of the rule. I simply cannot believe this subject hasn't come up in a major way. I play with amateur golfers who believe it is now basically OK to tap your putter on the line of putt anywhere, anytime. So what is the purpose of rule 13c, then?

    3. DJ UTARA says:

      Not clear enough

    4. Peter Wood says:

      Illegal drop at 7 minutes?

    5. Can you clear up the out of bounds or lost ball procedure, I have been told you can hit into trees heavy rough or indeed out of bounds and drop a ball near to where you think your ball was for a penalty of one, another comment I have heard is this is applicable in non qualifying events, very confusing, thank you.

    6. Sloe Bone says:

      Gardening on greens, gardening in bunkers, gardening in penalty areas…. more gardening is not good for pace of play.

    7. It is the job of players to repair pitch marks, rake bunkers after they have played out and repair divots. All players know this, the fact that not all players do is poor etiquette. Green keepers should be doing jobs which no golfer would step on to the course equipped to do.

    8. Andy Sayer says:

      Get this bloke in charge of the R&A

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    10. If a pro hits his or her ball in the ruff the public always finds it we the amateur should be able to drop a ball near to where we all agree where the ball would be approximately and we can drop one and save lots of time.I hope they change that rule. my opinion.

    11. craig miller says:

      ONE RULE I EXPECTED TO BE CHANGED WAS THE USE OF LONG PUTTERS. I HAVE WATCHED ADAM SCOTT AND BERNHARD LANGER AND IF THEY AREN'T ANCHORING THEN MY NAME ISN'T CRAIGIE MILLER. ARE YOU STILL ANCHORING IF YOUR LOWER ARM IS AGAINST YOUR CHEST. THE R&A SHOULD HAVE BANNED LONG PUTTERS WHEN THEY HAD THE CHANCE.
      YOURS

      CRAIGIE MILLER

    12. David Perez says:

      Cant wait .🇬🇧

    13. Mike Birnie says:

      Great news…the one missing isOB
      Stroke and distance…whereas hazards are not necessarily distance…just asking

    14. Yeah I never understood why if you hit a perfect drive right down the middle and your penalized by a divot I know it’s the same for everyone but to me that’s so stupid

    15. Once again the perfect drive ending up in a divot has not been addressed. You should be able to place the ball within 6 inches of the divot not nearer the hole. Leaving the flag in the hole when you are putting on the putting green is a silly change. Most putts hitting the flag stick will stop within a few inches, not running four or five feet past. Looking forward to see what the pro's do

    16. LeeseMedia says:

      Players need to be taught to leave their bag at the closest point to the next tee, rather than way over on the wrong side of the green. A d to score your card when you are off the current fairway!

    17. Flagstick left in whilst putting – On many courses seeing the flagstick in would suggest it is safe to approach the green this change may have safety issues? Some courses have a bell etc but many do not.

    18. Ian Buchanan says:

      the dumbing down of the game.

    19. So, will Stormy Daniels finally get relief from Trump's embedded balls?

    20. Nugget Doozy says:

      My lord. The game has changed

    21. What about the proposed rule about dropping a replacement ball near to where your shot went out of bounds or was lost to avoid players walking back to the tee and so speeding up the game?

    22. ubb4me says:

      On the double hit you count two strokes right? I think the embedded relief rule from the rough is a bad move. Who decides if a ball is embedded or not. The one in the video didnt look embedded to me.

    23. If the ball is lost in creek or p0nd, but you don't think so, do you go back to the original shot for stroke and distant?

    24. John Madden says:

      I agree with the rule changes although I suspect the spike mark repair ruling will cause over grooming of lines.

    25. Rgolf says:

      I feel like you should be able to Move the ball 1 club length for free if you are in a divot from anywhere except hazards and bunkers. You should never be punished for a good shot

    26. Leslie Nash says:

      Is there a rule of golf where as a slngle player can play two ball off the tee for the complete round?

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