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6-6b/4 Score Cards Not Returned Promptly Due to Committee Failure to Advise Competitors Where to Return Cards

It is a duty of the Committee to inform competitors where and to whom to return their score cards. If the Committee fails to do so, and as a result some competitors delay in returning cards, a penalty of disqualification under Rule 6-6b or any other Rule would not be justified.


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Today in Golf History

golf-history 1900 Men’s golf held as Olympic event for first time in history

Oct 02

Men’s golf was added to the slate of sports contested at the Olympics at the 1900 Games in Paris, France. The men played two rounds on the same day and a total of 22 golfers from four countries – France, the USA, Great Britain and Greece – participated. Medals were awarded to individuals only, with no team medals. Charles Sands of the USA was the gold medalist, and Walter Rutherford and David Robertson of Great Britain earned the silver and bronze, respectively. The Women’s event, a nine-hole competition, was conducted a day later. Golf was again part of the Olympics in 1904 but has not been included in the Games since. In 2009, the International Olympic Committee recommended that golf be added to the 2016 Olympic Games.


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