See below for the quiz questions for the “Season 1 Review” edition (Round 6) of the Short Course on the Rules.
THE FRONT NINE
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1) Hole 1 – Par 4, 452 yards: Your ball comes to rest just off the putting green after two strokes. While you’re preparing to play your third shot, another player in your group plays from a greenside bunker, and this results in sand getting on your ball and on your line of play. Without marking your ball, you lift it and substitute a new ball and also remove the sand from your line of play. You make two more strokes to complete the hole. Your score for the hole is:
2) Hole 2 – Par 4, 479 yards: You make your third stroke from its location on the fringe about 15 feet from the hole. After your ball passes the hole, another player in your group accidentally drops his coffee mug and your ball is deflected by it and ends up five feet from the hole. You estimate where the ball would have come to rest on the putting green had it not been deflected, about 15 feet from the hole. You place a new ball on that spot and hole the putt. Your score for the hole is:
3) Hole 3 – Par 3, 247 yards: After coming up short of the green with your tee shot, your ball comes to rest on the putting green with your second stroke. You mark the spot of and lift your ball. Another player asks you to move your ball-marker to the side, which you do. Forgetting to move your ball-marker back, you replace your ball on the new spot and make a stroke. Your putt comes to rest in the hole, but then you realize your mistake. You estimate where you originally lifted the ball, place it there and take two putts to hole out. Your score for the hole is:
4) Hole 4 – Par 4, 457 yards: After your tee shot comes to rest in the rough left of the fairway, you pitch out, with your ball just making it into the fairway about 100 yards from the hole. Another player in your group also found the rough off the tee and, in pitching out to the fairway, hits his second shot and you see his ball hit and move your ball. Your ball is sent into deep rough. You search for your ball for three minutes and cannot find it. You then take out another ball, estimate where your original ball had been at rest and replace the new ball on that spot. You hit your next shot to the putting green and hole the putt. Your score for the hole is:
5) Hole 5 – Par 4, 514 yards: After finding a greenside bunker with your second shot, your ball lies on the putting green in three, 20 feet from the hole. Your downhill putt for a score of four is hit too hard, rolls by the hole and comes to rest against a club another player left on the putting green 15 feet beyond the hole. You move the club out of the way, and the ball does not move. You make your next stroke and the ball comes to rest in the hole. Your score for the hole is:
6) Hole 6 – Par 4, 307 yards: You decide to go with driver for your tee shot hoping to drive the green, but it’s headed a bit left and comes to rest in the red penalty area. In taking lateral relief, you drop a ball from knee height that lands in the relief area but comes to rest just outside the relief area. You play the ball from there onto the putting green and take two putts to hole out. Your score for the hole is:
7) Hole 7 – Par 3, 170 yards: Your tee shot comes to rest on a steeply sloped portion of the green above the hole. Your downhill putt goes past the hole and off the green where it hits another player’s ball at rest on the fringe and is deflected into a bunker. You decide to take relief from the bunker and play again from the putting green, so you retrieve your ball and replace it at the spot of your first putt. You then hole out in two more strokes. Your score for the hole is:
8) Hole 8 – Par 4, 503 yards: Your second shot comes to rest on the putting green 20 feet from the hole. You mark the spot of your ball and lift, clean and replace it on the spot where it had come to rest. You do not lift your ball-marker. As you are 15 feet from your ball and reading your putt, the ball rolls two feet toward the hole. You see this but go ahead and putt the ball from the new location. You take two more putts to finish the hole. Your score for the hole is:
9) Hole 9 – Par 5, 556 yards: Your tee shot embeds in its pitch-mark in the ground in the general area and you decide to take relief. When you drop a ball from knee height, it lands in the relief area, then bounces a few inches and hits the tee marking your reference point, and comes to rest in the relief area. You play the ball onto the putting green and take two putts to hole out. Your score for the hole is: