The American Danielle Kang has been at the head of the HSBC World Golf Championship, which is held in Singapore, after the second day, while the Spanish Carlota Ciganda is thirteenth to 4 strokes.
Kang was full in the second round with a card with 63 shots, -9, to accumulate -10 (134), and surpass by one his compatriots Allisen Corpuz and Elizabeth Szokol and the South Korean Hyo Joo Kim, while two are behind.
the South African Ashleigh Buhai, the Swedish Linn Grant and the also American Nelly Korda. Ciganda, who was ninth on the first day, repeated her 69 card to drop to thirteenth place, four behind the head, tied with South Korea’s Jeongeun Lee and Thailand’s Patty Tavatanakit.
The Navarrese made five birdies (holes 4, 5, 13, 17 and 18) and committed two ‘bogeys’ (6 and 7). The Rules of Golf are a set of standard rules and procedures by which the sport of golf should be played. They are jointly written and maintained by the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St.
Andrews, the governing body for golf worldwide, outside of the United States and Mexico, which are governed by the United States Golf Association. An expert commission made up of members of the R&A and USGA, oversees and refines the rules every four years.
The latest revision has been in force since January 1, 2016. Changes to the rules of golf generally fall into two main categories: those that improve understanding and those that in certain cases reduce penalties to ensure balance.
The rule book, entitled “Rules of Golf”, is published on a regular basis and also includes rules governing amateur status. In Italy it is up to Federgolf to supervise the competitions by enforcing the rules issued by the R & A, checking that these rules are observed by the Clubs, Associations and their members and manages the resulting sporting justice, protecting their interests abroad.
The rules of golf are relatively complicated compared to other sports because they apply outdoors, close to nature and animals. Respect for the rules is a basic element in the game of golf which, almost always based on self-control and the free conscience of the players, often sees distorted results, sometimes consciously, but often unconsciously or lightly, due to non-compliance by many players of the game rules.
In addition to the rules, golf adheres to a code of conduct, known as etiquette, which generally means playing your game with due respect to the golf course and other players. Etiquette is an essential component of this sport.