The texture on the bag is printed, which increases the beauty of the whole bag. You can design a LOGO image as a pattern to print on the bag, which is highly recognizable. There is a large long zippered pocket, an additional pocket for valuables, towel loops, D-rings, and velcro buttons for sticky gloves.
There is a plastic flat handle on the front, and two pockets on the front and bottom. The bottom pocket has a detachable piece that can be embroidered with your name. The strap is set on both shoulders, and the inside of the strap is thick cotton. The bag walks without stress.
There is a heat-pressed sheet on the left side of the bag, which is beautiful and protective and can also display your LOGO. There is a zipper pocket on the lower left and a pocket for scorecards. There are two thermal bags in the yellow line, you can put your drinks.
The head frame is 5 grids, and there are three inner grids at the end. Protect your clubs from disturbing each other. The compartment is protected by a thick sandwich mesh.
Although there are many rules of golf, the most basic rules are mainly two points: the first point is that the players compete under fair conditions; the second point is to deal with any kind of objective and fair way during the game Happening. In fact, all the rules of golf are formulated under these two premises.
Read the local rules on the scorecard or bulletin board before starting a round. Make an identifying mark on the ball. Many golfers use balls of the same brand, and if they cannot identify their own ball, it will be considered lost. Count the number of clubs, and you can carry up to 14 clubs.
1. Tee shot
Between the two teeing ground marks, the line connecting the front ends of the two teeing ground marks shall tee off within the length of the two clubs behind. Ball played off teeing ground: match play, no penalty, opponents can immediately ask you to replay; stroke play, 2-stroke penalty and must play another ball in the correct area.
2. play ball
Ball identification marks cannot be seen. After notifying the scorers and opponents, mark the position of the ball and pick it up for identification.
Begin to play at the current position of the ball. Do not alter the ball position, intended stance and swing area, or the line of play; move, bend, or break any fixtures, or growths, except while taking a stance and swing; press down on anything.
While the ball is in a bunker or water hazard, do not: touch the ground (or water in a water hazard) with your hand or club before swinging; move loose obstacles. If a wrong shot is played: in match play, the hole is lost; in stroke play, a penalty of 2 strokes is taken and the error must be corrected by hitting the correct ball.
3. On the green
On the putting green you can: mark the ball, pick it up and wipe it, but be sure to put it back in exactly the same place; repair ball marks and old holes, but no other damage such as cleat marks. When hitting the green, make sure that the flagstick is removed or attended to. The flagstick can be removed or taken care of even if the ball is on the putting green.
4. The stationary ball is moved
While the ball is in use, a penalty of 1 stroke occurs and it must be put back in place if: accidentally causes it to move; or picks it up when the rules do not allow it. If someone other than a partner or caddie moves the stationary ball, or if it is moved by another ball, you are not penalized, but you must put the ball back in place. If the stationary ball is blown by the wind, or moves for its own sake, there is no penalty, just continue to play the ball in its current position.
5. The ball in motion is redirected or stopped
If the shot is deflected or stopped by yourself, a partner, caddie, or equipment, one stroke is penalized, and the play continues in its current position (Rule of Golf 19-2). If the hit ball is redirected or stopped by another stationary ball, there is usually no penalty, as long as the ball is played in its current position. In stroke play only, if both balls are on the putting green before you hit the ball, there is a 2-stroke penalty.
6. Picking up, throwing and placing the ball
Before picking up a ball that needs to be replaced, the position of the ball must be marked. It is not necessary to mark the position of the ball when it is lifted for the purpose of tossing it or placing it in another position. When throwing the ball, stand upright, straighten your arms, take the ball to shoulder height, and let the ball fall naturally. Common situations in which a ball must be re-dropped: After the ball is dropped, the ball rolls in a spot still hindered by the condition; the ball comes to rest two clubs away from the drop; the ball comes to rest closer to the hole. After the re-drop, the ball rolls back to the above position, and the ball is placed where it first touched the court during the re-drop. 2
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7. Balls that help or hinder play
If a ball might help other players play, pick it up if it’s yours; ask someone to pick it up if it’s someone else’s ball. If any ball gets in your way, ask someone to pick it up. Do not agree to leave a ball in place to help another player play. When a ball is lifted to aid or hinder play, it shall not be wiped unless it is on the putting green.
8. Scattered Obstacles
Loose obstacles (i.e. scattered natural objects such as stones, scattered leaves, branches, etc.) can be removed if they are not in the same obstacle area as the ball. If removing a loose block causes your ball to be moved, you will be penalized 1 stroke and must return the ball to its original position.
9. Movable Obstruction
Movable obstructions anywhere can be moved without penalty. If the ball is moved as a result, it must be put back into place without penalty. If the ball is in or on a movable obstruction, the ball may be lifted, the obstruction removed, and the ball dropped without penalty directly below where the ball was in the obstruction. The exception is when the ball is on the putting green, in which case the ball is placed at that point.
10. Immovable Obstructions and Abnormal Course Conditions
If the ball is not in a water hazard, relief without penalty is available from immovable obstructions and abnormal course conditions, provided they physically interfere with the lay, stance, or swing. Pick up the ball and drop it within 1 club of the nearest relief point and no closer to the hole. If the ball is on the putting green, it is placed on the nearest relief point. When the ball is in the bunker, you may take relief from the situation behind the bunker after accepting a 1-stroke penalty.
11. Water Hazards
The ball enters a water hazard and may be played where the ball is, after receiving a 1-stroke penalty at the spot where the ball was last hit, or behind the water hazard, where the hole and the ball last crossed A ball is thrown on a line connecting the points on the boundary of the water hazard. When the ball is in the side water hazard, you can choose the disposal method of the water hazard, and after accepting a penalty stroke of 1 stroke, you can toss a ball within the range of 2 clubs at the following locations: the ball that finally crosses the boundary of the water hazard point, or a point on the other side of the hazard that is equidistant from the hole.
12. Ball lost or out of bounds and provisional ball
If the ball is lost or out of bounds outside the water hazard, after receiving a penalty stroke of one stroke, another ball is played at the place where the previous stroke was made, that is, “one stroke plus distance”. There are 5 minutes to find a ball, after which if the ball has not been found or cannot be identified, the ball is lost. After hitting, the ball may be lost or out of bounds outside the water hazard, and a “tentative ball” should be played, with an announcement of intent in advance. If the initial ball is lost or out of bounds, play continues with the provisional ball after taking a 1-stroke penalty.
13. The Unplayable Ball
The unplayable ball rule shall not apply when the ball is in a water hazard. In other areas of the course, the ball is deemed unplayable and after receiving a penalty stroke of 1 stroke: Play a ball at the spot where the ball was the last hit; One ball, unlimited distance; toss – one ball within 2 clubs of where it rests and no closer to the hole. The ball is in the bunker, you can dispose of it according to the above procedure, the ball must be thrown in this bunker.