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Answer: True. Definition of Stroke. Note: Hale’s intention was to move his ball with the club and therefore it counts as a stroke. 147 A player or her caddie, may not bend long grass, rushes, bushes, creepers or brambles when searching for her ball. True or False? Answer: False. Rule 12-1. Note: A player may move growing things to the extent necessary to find and identify a ball, providing this does not improve the lie, the area of intended stance or swing or line of play. 148 There is nothing in the Rules to stop a player purposely standing in a position so that his shadow shields his four-ball partner from the sun while he is playing a stroke.
He may replace the broken club with any other club during the round, providing he does not unduly delay play. True or False? Answer: False. Rule 4-3b. Note: If, during a stipulated round, a player’s club is damaged other than in the normal course of play, rendering it non-conforming or changing its playing characteristics, the club must not subsequently be used or replaced during the round. 65 An outside agency includes any person who is not part of the match or, in stroke play, not part of the competitor’s side, including their caddies.
True or False? Answer: False. Definition of Obstructions and Out of Bounds. Note: Objects defining out of bounds, such as walls, fences, stakes and railings are considered fixed and therefore are not obstructions, so there is no relief. 136 A player may move aside a bramble growing next to his ball, without penalty, providing he does not move his ball in doing so. True or False? Answer: False. Rule 13-2 and Definition of Loose Impediments. Note: A player must not improve the lie of his ball, the area of his intended stance or swing or his line of play by moving, bending or breaking anything growing or fixed.