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3puttssuck

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3puttssuck    0

With all the adjustable drivers, is it legal to change the loft or angle during a round?  It seems like it would muddy the 14 club limit rule.

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With all the adjustable drivers, is it legal to change the loft or angle during a round?  It seems like it would muddy the 14 club limit rule.

No. You can change it between rounds, but not during. It would be the same as adding another club.

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With all the adjustable drivers, is it legal to change the loft or angle during a round?  It seems like it would muddy the 14 club limit rule.

Geaux, above is 100% correct. And here's why, from Rule 4, Clubs:

4-2 . Playing Characteristics Changed And Foreign Material

a . Playing Characteristics Changed

During a stipulated round , the playing characteristics of a club must not be purposely changed by adjustment or by any other means.

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With all the adjustable drivers, is it legal to change the loft or angle during a round?  It seems like it would muddy the 14 club limit rule.

Geaux, above is 100% correct. And here's why, from Rule 4, Clubs:

4-2. Playing Characteristics Changed And Foreign Material

a. Playing Characteristics Changed

During a stipulated round, the playing characteristics of a club must not be purposely changed by adjustment or by any other means.

Thanks. I had a general idea where the rule was written, but wasn't sure exactly where, and didn't feel like looking.

'preciate it!

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