Most golfers would like to kw the Rules of Golf better. '999 Updated Questions on the Rules of Golf - 2016' is the smart way to learn the Rules because it is easy to dip in and out of, contains interesting scenarios, many of which readers will recognise and relate to, and the format will appeal to the competitive side of most golfers. There are questions, answers and, most importantly, explanations to the myriad of situations on the golf course that a golfer may encounter. Answers are conveniently located immediately beneath each question and are directly referenced to the applicable Rule of Golf, or Decision on the Rules. The questions are tiered into three kwledge levels: -There are 333 simple questions that every golfer should be familiar with -There are 333 more difficult questions relevant to both casual golfers and Golf Club members -There are 333 advanced questions for those seeking to expand their kwledge of the Rules For variety, the questions are further subdivided into three formats; true or false, open answer and multiple choices. A detailed index provides an easy and convenient way for readers to reference specific situations as they arise. There are multiple questions on every one of the 126 sub-sections to the 34 Rules of Golf. My mission is that '999 Updated Questions on the Rules of Golf 2016' will assist all golfers, whatever their level of ability, to enjoy their sport more, improve their scores and help preserve the integrity of the fantastic game of Golf. Barry Rhodes www.barryrhodes.com
Barry is an enthusiastic, high handicap golfer, resident in Dublin, Ireland, who developed an interest, then a fascination, and now an obsession with the Rules of Golf. Barry's relationship with the Rules began in 2000 with his participation in the inter-club Rules of Golf quiz competitions, organised by the Royal & Ancient for Golf Clubs in Great Britain and Ireland. This then led to him writing articles, running quizzes, and delivering presentations on the Rules at a variety of Golf Club and corporate functions. In March 2008, Barry became the first person to achieve a 100% correct mark on the public Advanced Rules of Golf Course examination, run by the PGA in their headquarters at The Belfry, West Midlands, UK, and in April 2015, Barry received a 'Pass with Distinction' in the R&A's Level 3, Tournament Administrators and Referees School examination (TARS), the highest certification awarded. For many years he has been blogging exclusively on the Rules of Golf at www.barryrhodes.com.