What happens if you break the 4-4 rule in golf?

What happens if you break the 4-4 rule in golf?

Any club or clubs carried or used in breach of Rule 4-3a (iii) or Rule 4-4 must be declared out of play by the player to his opponent in match play or his marker or a fellow-competitor in stroke play immediately upon discovery that a breach has occurred. The player must not use the club or clubs for the remainder of the stipulated round.

Who won the 1951 British Open golf tournament?

The 1951 British Open was the 80th time the tournament was played, and a British golfer was the champion. Where it was played: Royal Portrush Golf Club in County Antrim, Northern Ireland

When did the golf rules of golf change?

MODERNIZING GOLF’S RULES A Brief History of Revisions to the Rules of Golf: 1744 to Present March 1, 2017

What is the Royal and Ancient Golf Society?

Later it was referred to as The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews. In 1897, the Society codified the rules of golf, and, gradually over the next 30 years, was invited to take control of the running of golf tournaments at other courses.