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Subject: FW: Golf's new rule
Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 13:21:00 -0600
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< -----Original Message-----
< From: Denise James [SMTP:drjames@worldnet.att.net]
< Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2000 12:01 PM
< To: Lew Rosenfeld; Love, Dianne; Linda Hester; Lisa Cross; Barry Pulaski
< Subject: FW: Golf's new rule
< Word is circulating around the links that a proposed revision to the rules
< of golf is being sought in South
< Florida that would replace the traditional call of "Fore."
< When a player hits an errant shot, he would be allowed to call "Gore"
< while
< the ball is still in flight. He
< could then replace the ball in the same spot and hit it again. The player
< could do this until he is satisfied the ball is going to drop where he
< intended to hit it in the first place.
< A recent test of this new rule was recently played out in an exclusive
< club
< in Palm Beach County, Fla., and the first hole took only 21 days to
< complete.