You could be accused of testing the surface of the green so I would clean the ball off it. Besides you could leave muck on the green.
Once you are on the putting surface i.e the green, you are permitted to mark your ball, clean it and replace it.
They mark their ball out of courtesy for other players as if one player on the green hits the ball of another they receive a two shot penalty. It is also so the player can clean his ball and line it up.
clean and green
Yes you should. Not only out of courtesy for your fellow players, but you are able to clean your ball and line it up to help you putt.
clean green delhi , clean green life
Play the ball as it lies, you are only allowed to mark and clean your ball when you are on the putting surface (green). You would receive a two shot penalty if you cleaned your ball.
In normal play, you may mark your ball, clean it and then replace the ball in it's original spot- but only when you are on the putting green. In the winter, some winter rules come into effect, these are things like lift clean and place or lift clean and drop. These winter rules vary from club to club, so you should check the rules in place before you start your round.
yes just like you can clean a football, soccer ball, tennis ball, and golf ball. ****
go green , stay clean
Dont be mean, go green. what is mean by "clean and green"? Imean a slogan for"clean and green".
Switzerland is a very green and clean and unpolluted country.