How many golf clubs can you carry in a round?

How many golf clubs can you carry in a round?

There is no restriction on the type of clubs you carry – for instance you can carry multiple putters, multiple drivers, or some left-handed clubs and some right-handed. If you start a round with 14 clubs, you are generally limited to those clubs for the rest of the round, even if you lose one or break one while making a stroke.

What does a caddie do in golf?

The biggest duty as a caddie is to carry the golf bag for the golfer. This involves not just carrying the clubs but handing the golfer the requested club when they’re ready to use it. You will need to put the clubs back in the bag once the golfer is finished with their shot.

What happens if you have more than 14 golf clubs?

When the player becomes aware that he or she is in breach of this Rule by having more than 14 clubs, the player must immediately take the excess club or clubs out of play, using the procedure in Rule 4.1c(1):

Can you use a damaged Golf Club and still play?

But you can continue using a damaged club or have it repaired if possible. If you start a round with fewer than 14 clubs, you can add clubs during the round until you reach 14, but you must not delay play in doing so.