The picture above depicts a member of a secret society that kept golf alive

The picture above depicts a member of a secret

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The picture above depicts a member of a secret society that kept golf alive duringalive during the French Revolution. What was the name of the society? King Henry VIII Alpha Chi Free Masons Shriners Club 1 / 1 ptsQuestion 14The LEAST preferred conditions for playing golf at its beginnings would have beenwith a feathery ball would bedry wispy grass
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1 / 1 pts Question 15The statement:"f a Ball be stopp'd by any person, Horse, Dog, or any thing else, The Ball so stop'dmust be play'd, where it lyes."is found inScottish Proclamation of 1492 USGA Rules of Golf 1 / 1 pts Question 16"Links" is an old British term that meansthe hosel portion of the golf club
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1 / 1 ptsQuestion 17Mary Queen of Scots was an avid golfer. She is portrayed in the above paintingplaying golf at St. Andrews. Looking at this picture what is an incorrect portrayal? Woman could not or were not allowed to play golf Her golf grip She was blonde The dress, women played in pants 1 / 1 pts
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