yes, you can ground the club before you tee off the only time you can not ground your club is if you are in a bunker or hazard.
Yes, you may do so, the key distinction that you have made in the question is the ball 'out' of the bunker. If the ball is still in the bunker you would be penalised two shots for grounding a club in a hazard. If the ball is no longer in the bunker you are in you may ground the club, but be aware, there is really no need to.
A common form of minshit is the slice. This involves hitting the ground with the club before the ball. This causes the ball to fly high up into the air.
yes you are dead before yo hit the ground because if your shot youre dead before you hit the ground also when your about to get buried your dead before you go in the ground.
When you 'ground' your club you have caused your golf club to come in contact with the ground or another substance such as water, sand or weeds. Generally speaking the subject of grounding a club centres around hazards where you are not permitted to touch the surface or the weeds that exist within an area marked as a hazard. If a player grounds their club in any of these examples they are penalized two strokes for doing so. If a player grounds their club on the putting surface and the ball moves - by gravity, wind or anything else - there is a penalty for this as well.
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No, you are not allowed to ground your club in the bunker unless you are taking the actual stroke. If you ground the club in a practice swing or prior to taking the stroke it is a two shot penalty.
You lean back in the air and shoot before you hit the ground.
No. A club can only be replaced during your round if broken while playing a shot.
Simply, when playing a shot, you must be touching the ground. This can be as little as the tip of your shoe. You cannot play a shot with two feet in the air.
No, there is no penalty for throwing a club.
No, two stroke penalty for grounding your club in a hazard prior to taking an actual stroke.
An club that is used to hit the green, usually on the second shot to a par four, the tee shot on a par three and the second or third shot to a par five.