A few "special" Rules kept the game going strong through the wartime conditions of WWII. pic.twitter.com/NHhgKYR7BD— USGA (@USGA) November 11, 2016
GOLF IS A HARD GAME. We know that.
But imagine the difficulty of playing golf while under attack during World War II. That's what they did at Richmond Golf Club in London, England. So they wrote seven temporary rules.