Anything in the book that really pisses you off, or makes no sense? Anything you'd add or change or do differently? 1. OB -- for years, like many, I've clamored that OB should be treated like a lateral. I've been thinking about that more and more and I'm not so sure. Internal hazards and obstacles aren't the same as the boundaries of the stadium, even if they are in close proximity to one another. You gotta at least start out in the arena. Hit a provo; don't walk back and slow the rest of us down. 2. Desert, lake, forest ... why the distinction? If you can't find your ball in the lake yet you and your playing partner are certain it went in the lake, you don't have to take the Walk of Shame back to the previous spot. OK. So why penalize those who play where the nasty stuff on the edges might just be forest primeval or a wasteland studded with all manner of thorny things, instead of gator habitat. Don't make us go in and try to extricate the shot. Don't make us declare it lost if we can't find it and then walk back to re-hit. If we can stand there and pretty much agree where a ball crossed the margin heading to the drink, we can and should do the same for these other impediments within the course of play. But please oh please, learn what it means when you "cross the margin of the hazard." Don't continue another 125 yards equidistant from where the orb stopped and drop one/add one. 3. Line up your own damn putts and shots. (I'm looking at you, most notably, LPGA.) If putting without anchoring is an essential element of the game, so, too, is that whole thing called alignment. 4. We know the adage, "There is golf, and then there is tournament golf." I'd add there is also hit and putt and laugh. It's perfectly OK to go to a golf course, with golf equipment, play the various shots and then not post a score. Pick up, roll it out of a divot, chuck the ball out of a concrete-filled bunker, do whatever you want. Just don't then tell me you shot an "84" and act like you have a legitimate handicap index. I don't care about the numbers. I just want people to have fun and be honest. Since most recreational players cheat like mad -- perhaps unknowingly -- but with the rules of the game being tweaked, flaunted or shattered many many times a round, let's just give up on the pretext. You can play golf and not play golf. Just be quick about it, whichever game you are playing. That is the most important thing. That's a start.