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Rule of the Day

33-7/3 Competitor's Failure to Countersign Card Blamed on Lack of Time Provided by Committee

Q:
In a 36-hole stroke-play competition played in one day over two courses, a competitor returned his first-round score card to the Committee but he failed to countersign it. After the second round the Committee informed him that he was disqualified. The competitor blamed the Committee for the error. He said the Committee, in attempting to get him to leave promptly for the course on which the second round was being played, caused him to return his first-round card hurriedly and that he had been given insufficient time to check and countersign the card. The competitor requested the Committee to waive the penalty under Rule 33-7. Would the Committee be justified in doing so?

A:
No. If the competitor did not feel he was given sufficient time to check and sign his first-round card, he should have protested before he returned the card.


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Today in Golf History

golf-history 2004 Julieta Granada wins U.S. Girls’ Junior

Jul 24

Julieta Granada became the first USGA champion from Paraguay when she won the 2004 U.S. Girls’ Junior in 20 holes over Jane Park at Mira Vista Golf Club in Fort Worth, Texas. Park would go on to win the U.S. Women’s Amateur later that summer. Granada would turn pro in 2005 and in 2006 won the ADT Championship, where she earned an LPGA Tour record $1 million first-place winner’s check.


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