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Books Books 1 - 10 of 17 on Green, the flag shall be removed, and the competitor whose ball is nearest the hole....  
" Green, the flag shall be removed, and the competitor whose ball is nearest the hole shall have the option of holing out first, or of lifting his ball, if it be in such a position that it might, if left, give an advantage to the other competitor. Throughout... "
Taylor on Golf: Impressions, Comments & Hints - Page 346
by John Henry Taylor - 1905 - 338 pages
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Golf

Horace Gordon Hutchinson, Henry James Moncreiff Baron Moncreiff - Golf - 1892 - 469 pages
...if left, give an advantage to the other competitor. Throughout the green a competitor can have the other competitor's ball lifted, if he find that it interferes with his stroke. (10) A competitor may not play with a professional, and he may not receive advice from anyone but his...
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Golf

Horace Gordon Hutchinson - Golf - 1893 - 480 pages
...if left, give an advantage to the other competitor. Throughout the green a competitor can have the other competitor's ball lifted, if he find that it interferes with his stroke. (10) A competitor may not play with a professional, and he may not receive advice from anyone but his...
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Golf: A Royal and Ancient Game [anon.]

Robert Clark - Golf - 1893 - 304 pages
...if left, give an advantage to the other competitor. Throughout the green a competitor can have the other competitor's ball lifted, if he find that it interferes with his stroke. (10) A competitor may not play with a professional, and he may not receive advice from any one but...
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A sporting pilgrimage: riding to hounds, golf, rowing, football, club and ...

Caspar Whitney - Sports - 1894 - 397 pages
...if left, give an advantage to the other competitor. Throughout the green a competitor can have the other competitor's ball lifted, if he find that it interferes with his stroke. 10. A competitor may not play with a professional, and he may not receive advice from any one but his...
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Golf

William Thomas Linskill - Golf - 1895 - 58 pages
...if left, give an advantage to the other competitor. Throughout the green a competitor can have the other competitor's ball lifted, if he find that it interferes with his stroke. 10. A competitor may not play with a professional, and he may not receive advice from any one but his...
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The golf-book of East Lothian

John Kerr - 1896
...any description, and be teed behind same. competitor. Throughout the green a competitor can have the other competitor's ball lifted, if he find that it interferes with his stroke. (10) A competitor may not play with a professional, and he may not receive advice from anyone but his...
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The Game of Golf

William Park - Golf - 1896 - 277 pages
...if left, give an advantage to the other competitor. Throughout the green a competitor can have the other competitor's ball lifted, if he find that it interferes with his stroke. All balls must be holed out, even a ball lying within an inch of the hole. This rule prevents the application...
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How to Play Golf

Henry James Whigham - Golf - 1897 - 313 pages
...if left, give an advantage to the other competitor. Throughout the green a competitor can have the other competitor's ball lifted, if he find that it interferes with his stroke. RULING OF THE USGA Penalty for breach of this rule is disqualification. Either player may judge whether...
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The Encyclopaedia of Sport, Volume 1

Henry Charles Howard Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, Hedley Peek, Frederick George Aflalo - Games - 1897
...if left, give an advantage to the other competitor. Throughout the green a competitor can have the other competitor's ball lifted, if he find that it interferes with his stroke. 10. A competitor may not play with a professional, and he may not receive advice from any one but his...
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The World of Golf

Golf - 1898 - 330 pages
...if left, give an advantage to the other competitor. Throughout the green a competitor can have the other competitor's ball lifted, if he find that it interferes with his stroke. 10. A competitor may not play with a professional, and he may not receive advice from any one but his...
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