Wartime changes to golf rules in Britain, 1940 — Will S.’ Random Weirdness Blog – Weirdness Wednesdays April 8, 2020

I like the temporary golf rule during the Battle of Britain about how if a bomb goes off during your swing and you shank it out of bounds, you can have a do-over with only a one-stroke penalty. — Steve Sailer (@Steve_Sailer) April 8, 2020

via Wartime changes to golf rules in Britain, 1940 — Will S.’ Random Weirdness Blog.

Some interesting World War II golf rules during the Battle of Britain. Thought it was a great Weirdness Wednesdays post for this week.

Other Weirdness Wednesdays posts: https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/Weirdness-Wednesdays/

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