Barry Rhodes qualified as a Chartered Accountant but has spent most of his career in senior sales, marketing and management roles within the information and communication technology (ICT) sector. He is an enthusiastic, high handicap golfer who developed an interest, then a fascination, and now a passion for the Rules of Golf. He is resident in Dublin, Ireland, where he is an active member of Milltown Golf Club. Barry's relationship with the Rules began in 2000 with his participation in the inter-club Rules of Golf quiz competitions, organized by the Royal & Ancient for Golf Clubs in Great Britain and Ireland. This progressed to him writing articles, running quizzes, and delivering presentations on the Rules at various Golf Clubs and corporate functions. He writes a weekly web blog, containing interesting content for anyone who wishes to improve their knowledge and understanding of the Rules of Golf, at www.BarryRhodes.com. In 2009 the first edition of '999 Questions on the Rules of Golf' was published in the UK and sold in over 50 countries. Later in the same year Barry launched the 'Rhodes Rules School' photo series, weekly emails posing questions based around photographs and diagrams of Rules incidents that may be encountered by golfers whilst on the course. Barry is a guest contributor and answers questions on the Rules of Golf on various golfing web sites. On his www.RhodesRulesSchool.com web site he markets low-cost, downloadable products that are ideal for Golf Clubs to spread knowledge on the Rules of Golf to their members (quizzes, notice board content, newsletters, PowerPoint presentations, etc.) In March 2008, Barry became the first person to achieve a 100% correct mark on the public Advanced Rules of Golf Course examination, run by the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) in their headquarters at The Belfry, West Midlands, UK.