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  1. Yea, it's legal alright. I just kind of assumed it would be illegal cause no one else is doing it!!!
  2. I think he may be breaking rule 8-2b Quote: When a player's ball is on the putting green, the player....may, before but not during the stroke, point out a line for putting, but in so doing the putting green must not be touched. Does this not count as during the stroke? Also, the putting green must not be touched. Am I interpreting this correctly? Edit Putting green
  3. I regularily play golf with a few friends. One of them has a strange and controversial method of lining up his putts. I believe it to be illegal. He does the following: Has a look at the putt and takes some practice swings. Then, he grounds the putter behind the ball and while keeping one hand on the grip and not moving the putter, he crouches down behind the putter and lines up the head of the putter with his other hand. Then he takes his stance once again without moving the putter from where he lined it up and takes his stroke. Is this legal?
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