"According to the Captain of The Honorable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, striking your opponent or caddie at St Andrews, Hoylake or Westward Ho! meant that you lost the hole, except on medal days when it counted as a rub of the green."

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According to the Captain of The Honorable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, striking your opponent or caddie at St Andrews, Hoylake or Westward Ho! meant that you lost the hole, except on medal days when it counted as a rub of the green.

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About the Author: Herbert Warren Wind

Herbert Warren Wind
Herbert Warren Wind was an American sportswriter noted for his writings on golf.

Born: 11 August 1916, Brockton, Massachusetts, United States
Died: 30 May 2005, Bedford, Massachusetts, United States

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