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31-4/1 Player Waives Turn to Play; Circumstances Under Which He May Complete Hole

A and B are partners in four-ball stroke play. A's tee shot at a par-3 entirely over water comes to rest in the water hazard. As B's tee shot comes to rest on the putting green, A elects not to play a ball under Rule 26-1 and proceeds to the green. B four putts and scores 5 for the hole. May A return to the tee and put another ball into play under Rule 26-1?

Yes. However, he may be subject to penalty under Rule 6-7 for unduly delaying play.

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Today in Golf History

golf-history 1991 Tiger Woods wins U.S. Junior Amateur to become youngest male USGA champion in history

Jul 28

Eldrick “Tiger” Woods earned his first USGA victory with a 19-hole victory over Brad Zwetschke at 1991 U.S. Junior Amateur at the Bay Hill Club in Orlando, Fla. Woods, who also earned medalist honors, made a bogey on the first extra hole against Zwetschke to record the win and become, at age 15 years, 6 months and 28 days, the youngest male USGA champion in history. It was the first USGA title for Woods, who has since claimed eight more.

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