Golf Rules – Advice from Spectators – Happy Gilmore www.golfisanattitude.com

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QUESTION:
What should players do if spectators are yelling out advice?
ANSWER:
There is no penalty. However, the player should take action to stop this irregular procedure. Interpretation 10.2a/2. If he does not do so, he incurs the general penalty. Loss of hole in match play or two strokes in stroke play in view of the purpose of Rule 10.2a.
RESULT/PENALTY:
The player specifically stopped to say hi to his grandma (allowed), but listened to some encouragement that has helped him psychologically. He should make sure that this does not occur again.
RULE 10.2a.
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