TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE
In stroke play, Jezz’s ball lies in a bunker where a rake has been left at the side. Prior to playing, Jezz retrieves the rake, and having lifted it, smooths some footprints to ensure he leaves the bunker in perfect condition. What is the ruling? Fergus is appointed the marker for Jezz in a stroke play competition. On completion, Fergus and Jezz check the scores and they sign the scorecard. Jezz then notices Fergus has signed in the space for the player and vice versa. What is the ruling?
Jezz incurs a penalty of two strokes. There is no penalty. Jezz is disqualified.
Fergus incurs a penalty of two strokes. Jezz incurs a penalty of two strokes. There is no penalty to either player.