27 Jul '11, 6pm

Ask the Rules Guy: Separation anxiety, a righteous path and raising the bar

Ask the Rules Guy: Separation anxiety, a righteous path and raising the bar

• Got a Rules question? Zip it to [email protected] Dear Rules Guy: When I was at the top of my backswing, the head of my driver snapped off and went flying behind me. I actually finished my swing, completely missing the ball with what was left of my club. My entire foursome had different takes: One guy said the stroke counted, one said that it didn't, and one said I should take a penalty for using an altered club. I figure one of them had to be right, but which one? — Jim Durcey, via e-mail Only one of your friends hit the nail on the (missing) head. The sticking point here is the actual definition of a stroke, which is "the forward movement of the club" toward the ball. Decision 14/2 states that a shaft in and of itself is not a golf club, meaning that your whiff would not have counted toward your score. If your club had broken a little later it would have been a differe...

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