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Decision 25/6 Nasty Abnormal Ground Condition

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This has to be the most nauseating decision in the RoG!  I reading through them after the other bunker/change rule threads.  Yuck. :bugout:

25/6

Status of Saliva

Q. What is the status of saliva?

A. In equity (Rule 1-4 ), saliva may be treated as either an abnormal ground condition (Rule 25-1 ) or a loose impediment (Rule 23-1 ), at the option of the player.

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With players like Tiger Woods around, you need the rule. :whistle:

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With players like Tiger Woods around, you need the rule.

Not to mention Sergio, or all of the ones who can't tee it up without a wad under the lip.

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i thought only bradley was the big expectorator on tour.  now you tell me tiger and sergio, we all know about duffner, are spitters too?

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i thought only bradley was the big expectorator on tour.  now you tell me tiger and sergio, we all know about duffner, are spitters too?

Sergio hawked a big loogie into the cup on camera at a tournament a few years ago when he was pissed about something.

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Sergio hawked a big loogie into the cup on camera at a tournament a few years ago when he was pissed about something.

Saw that. Totally Classless.

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Sergio hawked a big loogie into the cup on camera at a tournament a few years ago when he was pissed about something.

One of the pleasures of international forums for me is picking up on language usage across the planet.

A big loogie  :) Love it.

Would you guys also used the word gobbed ?

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One of the pleasures of international forums for me is picking up on language usage across the planet.

A big loogie  :)      Love it.

Would you guys also used the word gobbed?

No, but in Boston we also call it a "lungah". :scared:

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