Q. May partners share clubs?
A. Partners may share clubs provided the total number of clubs selected for play between the two players does not exceed 14. For example, if Player A has 6 clubs and her partner Player B has 8 clubs, they may share. A breach of this Rule occurs if both players have 13 clubs and share one`s driver, as the total number of clubs is 26. (Rule 4-4b).
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|Carrying 15 clubs|
At the 2001 British Open, final round co-leader Ian Woosnam's frustration bubbled over on the second tee when he discovered he was carrying 15 clubs when only allowed 14.
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