Juniors New To Golf Level One.

Most organized sports played around the world are governed by their own set of rules. Rules in sport provide an agreement of understanding to how the sport should be played. Golf is one of those sports, and the rules by which the game is played come from two organizations, the R&A and USPGA. These golf rules state what is allowed or not allowed to occur during a competitive and non-competitive round of golf. If all players adhere to the rules, then the game will be fair and fun for all.

Below are fourteen rules that will apply to juniors taking part in the new to golf program Level One. During the level one program you will be asker to completed the online quiz in order to advance to level Two. You may take the quiz at any stage and you may attempt it as many times as is required to pass it,

Question Answer
1If you score a 3 on a par 4, what did you make?Birdie
2Where do you place your coin or marker on the green when you need to mark your ball?Behind the Ball.
3If you score a 6 on a Par 5, what did you make?Bogey.
4What must you do after playing a shot from a Bunker?Rake the bunker.
5Your golf ball accidentally moves on the putting green.Replace it without incurring a penalty.
6Can you Bring your golf bag and trolley onto the putting green?No
7How many clubs are you allowed in your bag? Fourteen
8True or False: After playing a round of golf, you should always shake hands with the people you played with. Ture.
9When playing golf, do you want to have the lowest score or the highest score?Lowest score.
10If you miss-hit your golf ball and it is going towards another person what must you shout out loud and clear?FOUR.
11Where must you stand when a player is taking a golf shot? You must stand facing towards them.
12When dropping a ball back into play, from what height must I do so.Knee Height.