Current golf regulations state that a golfer may carry no more than fourteen clubs in his bag. The usual set is made up of two or three Wood clubs, seven Irons, a putter, and three Wedges. Wedges are specialized clubs that help the golfer do chip shots and get out of sand traps.

The fifteenth, undocumented club is known as the Foot Wedge. It's used when a ball is in the rough , where it would be impossible to play with a normal club or when it is deeply buried in a sand trap. Usage is simple: When no one is looking, use foot to knock ball into better position. Diversionary tactics may be necessary (Oh Look, Breasts! *kick*) to ensure privacy.

For more information on the foot wedge see: cheating

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