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Q. Is wind considered an "outside agent?" I never thought so, but I was told otherwise.

What conditions would it be?

A. The definition is: An "outside agency" is any agency not part of the match or, in stroke play, not part of the competitor's side, and includes a referee, a marker, an observer or a forecaddie.

Neither wind nor water is an outside agency.

Q. If the ball falls off the tee before teeing off is it a stroke?

A. No. You just re-tee it.

Q.Where am I supposed to be looking when I make contact with the ball? Where I want the ball to go or on the ball itself?

A. At the ball.






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