The umpire is the person that rules on plays.
Yes he/she can because they can call a rules official over and give their situation to see if the situation ends up costing the golfer a penalty stroke.
There are no strict, official "rules".There are many guidelines, and they vary depending on where you find them.The general terms for these guidelines is "netiquette" - a pun on the words 'net' and 'etiquette'.
The official rules state that before the game starts, it's the home team's manager's call to play the game or not. While the umpires make the decision to call a game in progress.
Wall ball is a pretty simple game the rules are, throw the ball at the wall if you catch the ball you throw it at the wall and continue. However, if you drop the ball after you catch it you have to run and go touch the wall. If the ball is thrown and hit the wall before you touch it you loose a life or you are out depending if you have one life or more. Another way to loose a life is to throw the ball and it hit thew ground before it hits the wall in this case you have to go hit the wall before another player throws the ball and hits the wall before you get their, in this case you would loose a life or get out. Also, if someone pegs the ball at the wall as hard as they can and it passes all of the players and goes into the distance some one can shout wall ball!! Then the person who threw the ball has to go to the ball and try to throw the ball at the wall with out it hitting the ground before the wall. But, if they can not throw it that far they can drop the ball and run. They have to hit the wall before someone runs out and gets the ball and hits the wall before you. In this case also you would loose a life. However, if someone runs out and gets the ball someone else BUT YOU can call wall ball! And the prosess starts over. IF you have any other questions please post a question on my message board. Please don't be afraid to ask.
some rules in basketball are Back-court violation, Traveling, Goaltending, Out of bounds, Shot clock violation
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Dramas or plays.