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47 minutes ago, Rulesman said:

So you go up the snakes and down the ladders? Don't try that with my grandkids.

Ha, that's funny. Here in the US we call it "Shoots and Ladders". 

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12 minutes ago, ChetlovesMer said:

Ha, that's funny. Here in the US we call it "Shoots and Ladders". 

Thanks to Milton Bradley.

It's a really old Indian (as in Asia Indian) game also known as Moksha Patam.

Oh yeah. It's Chutes and Ladders. Like down the chute. Less moralistic or something like that.

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19 minutes ago, iacas said:

Ummmm… 😉

Shoots and ladders..... it's like "He shoots and scores!" or "He shoots and ladders!" 

 

Okay, I'm an idiot. 

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On 5/26/2021 at 10:45 AM, ChetlovesMer said:

I just assume everyone "wants" to play by the rules..... am I wrong? 

I have encountered much reluctance to play by USGA rules that make the game "too hard". Examples are no automatic two-putts on temporary greens, balls that are lost because they embedded are still lost, bare ground is not GUR, mud is not temporary water, penalty relief area may be on a cart path, no relief from divots, no relief from boundary fence, no line of play relief from immovable obstructions, etc. 

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2 minutes ago, reidsou said:

I have encountered much reluctance to play by USGA rules that make the game "too hard".

Golf is just a difficult game because of the required precision needed to hit strait-isn shots when the downswing is a fraction of a second in duration. 

Golf rule are made because they are fair and for the most part simple to understand. This means, there are not 100 different situations for one rule. Which is good. None of your examples are anything to complain about regarding the rules. Honestly, you don't encounter those situations that much to say it make golf excessively hard. 

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