Sunday, 21 March 2010

Rhodes Rules School - New Subscription List

I am sure that you are familiar with the phrase, “A picture is worth a thousand words”. Sometimes, I find it difficult to clearly describe some of the myriad Rules situations that occur on the golf course using just words. So, I have just started a new series of weekly emails, posing questions that are based on an accompanying photo, or photos. I am confident that this will prove to be an interesting way for you to increase your understanding of the Rules, supplementing the content that I post here on my blog. I am calling this series;
Unfortunately, whether or not you automatically receive notice of my blog entries, you will still have to subscribe for these weekly illustrated emails, as I am now using the specialist email service provider, AWeber Communications. However, it couldn’t be simpler. Just click here and enter your name and email address and then respond to the verification email that they will send you by return.

Of course, there is no charge involved and every weekly email that I send will include an unsubscribe option, should you choose to stop them at any time.

One last point, your email has to be capable of receiving HTML messages (not just plain text messages) in order to show the photos.

I hope that you find these illustrated question and answers interesting and that they will help you continue to improve your knowledge of the Rules, so as to lower your scores and enjoy your rounds more.

Don’t forget, you will only receive my weekly Rhodes Rules School emails by signing-up here.

As always, good golfing,

Barry Rhodes

Author of ‘999 Questions on the Rules of Golf’ – the easiest way to get to know the Rules


Janet Beal said...


I have been subscribing to your Rules School for some time and find the information very useful.
I know there is a copyright on the emails, and I was wondering if I am able to use your emails to post up on our notice board at the club as part of trying to improve the knowledge of rules in the club.
Of course I would include a reference to your web site.

Barry Rhodes said...


You may certainly put individual issues of 'Rhodes Rules School' on your Club notice board with the appropriate accreditation.

I am pleased that you are finding my content on the Rules useful.