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2011-10-24
Rules changes: Player friendly, intent considered
Rules changes: Player friendly, intent considered By GolfChannel.com Team Oct 24, 2011 8:19 AM ET .The U.S. Golf Association and the R&A announced Monday changes to the Rules of Golf and the Rules of Amateur status. Under the new Rules of Golf, which will be in effect from 2012-15, a player is no longer penalized if their ball is moved, through no fault of their own, after address. A stated example was, if wind causes a player's ball to move on the green following address, the player will play the ball from its new position without penalty. The new rules would have benefited Webb Simpson at this year's Zurich Classic of New Orleans. On the 15th hole during the final round (pictured above), Simpson, bidding for his first PGA Tour win, addressed a par putt when the ball moved ?unintentionally ?a few inches. Simpson was assessed a one-stroke penalty and eventually lost a playoff to Bubba Watson. "This change will speed up play, there won't be as many suspensions and players won't be getting penalized or disqualified unfairly. It is definitely giving us players a little bit of a break," said three-time major champion Padraig Harrington. Other changes to the Rules include: *Ball in Hazard; Prohibited Actions (Rule 13-4). Exception 2 to this Rule is amended to permit a player to smooth sand or soil in a hazard at any time, including before playing from that hazard, provided it is for the sole purpose of caring for the course and Rule 13-2 (improving lie, area of intended stance or swing or line of play) is not breached. *Time of Starting (Rule 6-3a). The rule is amended to provide that the penalty for starting late, but within five minutes of the starting time, is reduced from disqualification to loss of the first hole in match play or two strokes at the first hole in stroke play. Previously this penalty reduction could be introduced as a condition of competition. "The Rules of Golf are constantly evolving and our hope is that what we have produced for 2012 is clear, informed by common sense and reflective of the demands of the modern game,"said David Rickman, R&A director of rules and equipment standards. Regarding changes to the Rules of Amateur Status, an amateur golfer who is at least 18 years of age may now enter into a contract and/or agreement with a third party (such as an agent) soley in relation to the player's future as a professional golfer. The player may not obtain financial gain as an amateur and cannot be required to play in certain amateur or professional events. Other changes include: *Professionalism; Contracts and Agreements (New Rule 2-2(a)). An amateur golfer may now enter into a contract and/or agreement with his national golf union or association, provided the golfer does not obtain any financial gain, directly or indirectly, while still an amateur golfer. *Subsistence Expenses (Rule 4-3). An amateur golfer may receive reasonable subsistence expenses, not exceeding actual costs, to assist with general living costs, provided the expenses are approved by and paid through the golfer's national golf union or association
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2011-10-13
Rule 12-2 Identifying Ball
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2011-10-08
매킬로이 ‘주인 없는 공’ 때문에 진땀
매킬로이 ‘주인 없는 공’ 때문에 진땀 한국오픈 골프선수권대회에 출전한 로리 매킬로이(22·북아일랜드)가 러프에 숨어 있던 주인 없는 공 때문에 벌타를 받을 뻔 했다. 매킬로이는 8일 천안 우정힐스 골프장에서 열린 대회 3라운드 경기 도중 12번홀(파4)에서 티샷을 오른쪽 아웃오브바운즈(OB) 지역으로 보낸 뒤 1벌타를 받고 세번째 샷을 날렸다. 이 공은 벙커 넘어 경사면 러프에 떨어졌는데 공을 치기 전 연습 스윙을 하던 매킬로이는 깜짝 놀랐다. 연습 스윙 중에 러프에 박혀 보이지 않던 공이 매킬로이의 골프 클럽에 맞고 튀어 나온 것이었다. 골프 규칙에 따르면 ’버려진 공’을 치는 것도 오구(誤球) 플레이에 해당돼 2벌타를 받게 될 상황이 됐다. 매킬로이는 경기위원을 불러 상황을 설명했고 경기위원은 골프 규칙 제정집 7-2/7 ’연습스윙으로 숨어있던 볼을 움직인 경우’의 조항을 적용했다. 이 조항은 "플레이어가 숨어있던 볼을 칠 의사가 분명히 없었기 때문에 그의 스윙은 연습스윙이다"라고 규정했다. 따라서 매킬로이는 벌타 없이 이 홀을 보기로 홀 아웃했다. 오의환 경기위원장은 "12번홀에 가보니 러프가 너무 길어 숨어있는 볼을 도저히 볼 수 없는 곳이었다"며 "따라서 매킬로이의 스윙은 공을 칠 의도가 없는 연습 스윙으로 판단했다"고 설명했다.
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2011-10-05
Slugger White comments on Kevin Na's aborted swing
Slugger White comments on Kevin Na's aborted swing Following an aborted drive by Kevin Na on No. 15 at TPC Summerlin during the 2011 J.T. Shriners Open, Slugger White (VP, Rules & Competitions) from the PGA TOUR explains the applicable rule.
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2011-09-06
CBS Sports: Rules Of The Game
CBS Sports: Rules Of The Game Here are the questions (and answers) to the CBS quiz show hosted by Bill Macatee and Bobby Clampett. 1 During a recent stroke-play event, Jack hit his ball into a fairway bunker, where it came to rest in front of a pine cone. Because the pine cone interfered with his backswing, Jack carefully removed the pine cone without causing his ball to move and then played from the bunker. The ruling is: a. It's OK to do what he did, there's no penalty. b. One stroke penalty c. Two stroke penalty d. Disqualification ? 2 In the 2007 U.S. Women's Open, Cristie Kerr was having difficulty with her alignment and asked her caddie to stand behind her to help her line up. Is her caddie permitted to stand behind her while she plays a stroke? a. Yes b. No 3 Jack and Tom are playing as partners in a four-ball event. Tom has a long putt with a big break. Jack, using his putter, taps the spot on the green where he thinks Tom should aim. What's the ruling? a. No penalty b. 1 stroke penalty c. Disqualification d. 2 stroke penalty 4 Tom notices sand and loose soil on his line of putt. While brushing the loose impediments out of the way, Tom presses down some blades of grass. In stroke play, the penalty is: a. No penalty, as long as the player re-brushes the grass so the blades are back in their original position. b. Loss of Hole c. One Stroke d. Two Strokes 5 In the 1992 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, Nick Faldo hit a ball into a tree and it never came down. Which of the following was NOT an option for Nick? a. Climb the tree and play the ball as it lies. b. If found, declare the ball unplayable, incurring a 1-stroke penalty and drop the ball no closer to the hole and within two club-lengths of the point on the ground directly beneath where the ball lay unplayable in the tree. c. Shake the tree until the ball comes down and then play the ball from its new position. d. Proceed under penalty of stroke-and-distance. 6 Jack and Tom were playing a match. Jack, who had the honor, hit his tee shot on the par-3 12th, 10 feet from the hole. Tom asked Jack, "What club did you use?" Jack answered, "Five iron." The penalty is: a. One Stroke b. Two Strokes c. Loss of Hole d. No penalty Golf Digest Magazines Print E-Mail Feeds Share 7 Frustrated over missing another short putt, Jack taps in with the grip end of his putter. The ruling is: a. No penalty and the ball is holed. b. One stroke penalty and the ball must be replaced and the stroke replayed with the proper end of the putter. c. One stroke penalty and the ball is holed. d. Two stroke penalty and the ball is holed. 8 During a recent stroke-play round, there was a long wait at a difficult par-3 hole. After waiting on the tee for 10 minutes to play, Tom took out a weighted donut, slipped it onto the head of his 3-wood and took several practice swings to loosen up before hitting his shot. The ruling is: a. One stroke penalty for each swing taken with the donut on his club head b. Two stroke penalty c. There is no penalty since the donut was only used for practice swings d. Disqualification 9 Now this is something you often see on the golf course. Addressing his ball on the teeing ground, Jack has the "first tee jitters." During his pre-shot routine, he waggles the club and accidentally knocks the ball off the tee. The ruling is: a. One stroke penalty and he must re-tee the ball. b. No penalty and he may re-tee the ball. c. No penalty, but the waggle is considered a stroke. He must play the ball as it lies. d. Two stroke penalty and the ball must be re-teed. 10 During the 2001 Tradition, Larry Nelson's ball came to rest on a bridge in a water hazard. The ruling is: a. He may play the ball as it lies and is permitted to ground his club. b. He is entitled to relief without penalty since his ball lies on an immovable obstruction. c. He may proceed in accordance with Rule 26-1 (water hazards), incurring a one stroke penalty. d. A and C 11 Jack and Tom were opponents in the first round of the club championship. On the 14th hole, Jack hit his ball left into some trees. While searching for it, Tom accidentally stepped on the ball and moved it. The penalty is: a. Tom loses the hole, play resumes on the 15th hole. b. Tom incurs no penalty and the ball must be replaced. c. Tom incurs a 1 stroke penalty and the ball must be replaced. d. Tom and Jack halve the hole and play resumes on the 15th hole. 12 During the second round of the 2007 U.S. Open at Oakmong, K.J. Choi's approach landed on the green and hung on the lip of the hole. Upon reaching the hole, K.J. had _____ seconds to determine if the ball was at rest. a. 30 seconds b. 60 seconds c. 10 seconds d. 0 seconds Read More http://www.golfdigest.com/magazine/cbsquizwithanswers#ixzz1XDkxhfGP ANSWERS Answer 1: C. TWO-STROKE PENALTY Answer 2: B. NO Answer 3: D. TWO-STROKE PENALTY Answer 4: D. TWO-STROKE PENALTY Answer 5: C. SHAKE THE TREE UNTIL THE BALL COMES DOWN AND THEN PLAY THE BALL FROM ITS NEW POSITION Answer 6: C. LOSS OF HOLE Answer 7: D. TWO-STROKE PENALTY, AND THE BALL IS CONSIDERED HOLED Answer 8: D. DISQUALIFICATION Answer 9: B. NO PENALTY AND HE MAY RE-TEE THE BALL Answer 10: D. BOTH A AND C Answer 11: B. THE PLAYER INCURS NO PENALTY AND THE BALL IS REPLACED Answer 12: C. 10 Read More http://www.golfdigest.com/magazine/cbsquizwithanswers#ixzz1XDlAyDea Read More http://www.golfdigest.com/magazine/cbsquizwithanswers#ixzz1XDjh0nXO
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2011-03-23
Etiquette: Pace of Play
Etiquette: Pace of Play By Ed Ibarguen As a PGA professional one of the things that we love to see is people out playing golf and having fun. One of the biggest problem s in golf is the amount of time that a round takes. That is called pace of play and I want to go over a couple of tips that will help you be the player that does not slow the group down. What you want to try to do when you play golf, you want to just keep up with the group in front, we don't want you lagging, we just want you staying up. If that first group is staying on a good pace and getting trough then you can get through a round of golf in about three and half hours, three hours and 40 five minutes if you are keeping up with the pace of play. So let's start with a few tips. Number one is, be sure, I know you have a lot on your mind, you are thinking about your own shots, but whenever someone in your group is hitting a shot take a minute and watch that shot. Watch where it went. If they hit it off line then you have it spotted along with three other players in your group. Hey, that ball went here, it is right by this tree. So the group pulls up, finds the ball and play keeps moving. That is really very important to try to say let's all watch the shot, let's help each other get through. Another thing is I know if you are playing in a heavy match or on the putting green you do not want to miss the short putts but sometimes you knock it up there and you are two feet away and the guy that you are playing with does not want to give you the putt, but it is so close, go ahead and finish it. Say, ?ey, May I finish??Go boom, you finish the hole. Now he can sweat it out and see what he can do. This really saves a lot of time. If everyone is marking their shot the way that it is on the PGA Tour, that is one of the things that really slows down play. Those are a couple of pace of play tips, I hope you will try them out on the golf course and play a very fast round of golf, and a fun round of golf, the next time you are out.
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2011-03-10
하지 말아야 할 7가지 잘못된 행동
1 매트를 있는 힘껏 치는 워밍업 티 샷을 하기 전 연습장에서 매트를 힘껏 치는 워밍업으로 몸을 풀었다면 신체에 무리가 올 수 있다. 2 골프백을 한 손으로 들어 올린다 골프백을 옮길 때 질질 끌거나 한 손으로 들어 옮기는 등의 올바르지 않은 자세로 인해 많은 문제점이 유발될 수 있다. 짧은 거리라도 허리를 펴고 골프백의 스트랩을 어깨에 맨 뒤 한 손으로는 흔들리지 않게 안정적으로 지탱해준다. 또 백을 차 트렁크에 넣거나 옮길 때에도 번쩍 들어 옮기는데 이런 잘못된 자세는 등과 허리, 척추에 무리를 줄 수 있다. 백의 그립과 바닥을 동시에 잡고 역도 선수가 역기를 들어 올릴 때처럼 허리를 편 안정적인 자세로 들어 옮긴다. 3 티오프 시간에 겨우 맞춰 도착한다? 매번 티오프 시간에 빠듯하게 맞춰 가는 나쁜 습관으로 바로 1번 홀을 시작해왔는가? 라커룸에서 최소한 5분 동안은 숨을 고르고 코스에 나가는 것부터 시작한다. 9홀이 끝나고서야 몸이 풀리는 안타까운 상황이 줄어들 수 있다. 4 아래로 반동을 주는 스트레칭 다리 뒤쪽의 스트레칭을 한다며 두 손으로 클럽을 들고 땅에 닿게끔 반동을 주는 동작을 하는 골퍼들이 많다. 이런 동작을 잘못 하다간 오히려 더 안 좋은 결과를 얻게 된다. 5 워밍업 없이 드라이버부터 잡는다 프로 선수들과 아마추어들의 티 샷 전 모습을 비교해 보면 확연한 차이를 발견할 수 있다. 클럽 없이 스트레칭을 하며 작은 스윙, 즉 어프로치나 퍼팅부터 시작해서 몸을 푸는 프로와 달리 많은 아마추어 골퍼들은 라운드 전이나 연습 전에 드라이버부터 휘두르며 연습 스윙을 한다. 6 여러 개의 클럽으로 연습 스윙 티 샷 전에 아무런 준비 운동 없이 아이언 여러 개를 들고 스윙 연습을 반복하는 것은 오히려 본래의 스윙을 망가뜨리며 실제적인 스트레칭 효과도 없다. 7 클럽을 허리 뒤에 대고 회전하는 스트레칭 클럽을 허리 뒤에 받치고 양쪽으로 돌리는 동작 역시 비정상적으로 허리에 무리를 주기만 하는 나쁜 습관이다. 허리를 뒤로 젖힌 상태에서 위와 같은 동작으로 스트레칭 하는 아마추어 골퍼가 많은데 이 때의 척추 각도는 실제 스윙과는 거리가 멀다. 즉 골프에 사용되는 근육의 자극은 커녕 엉뚱하게 척추에 무리만 가하게 된다
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2005-04-17
'알쏭달쏭' 골프 룰, 스타도 웃고…울고
'알쏭달쏭' 골프 룰, 스타도 웃고…울고 '룰에 울고 룰에 웃고.' 골프는 룰의 경기라고 할 만큼 엄격하고 세밀한 규칙에 따라 진행되는 게임이다. 세계 정상급 선수들도 룰 때문에 '눈덩이 스코어'를 기록하기도 하고 다 잡았던 우승컵을 놓쳐 땅을 치기도 한다. 알쏭달쏭한 골프 규칙을 유명 선수들의 에피소드를 통해 살펴봤다. ◇ 1타가 5타 됐네 = 지난 78년 마스터스에 출전했던 당시 일본 골프스타 토미 나카지마는 오거스타내셔널 13번홀(파5)을 13타 만에야 빠져 나올 수 있었다. 티샷 실수 등으로 3타 만에 페어웨이를 밟은 그는 4번째 샷을 얕은 개울에 빠뜨렸다. 해저드 탈출을 시도한 5번째 샷은 그의 발에 맞고 말았다. 플레이 중인 볼에 몸이 맞았기 때문에 룰 19조2항에 따라 2벌타. 이어 다시 시도한 8번째 샷도 개울을 벗어나지 못하자 화가 난 그는 클럽으로 바닥을 내리쳤다. 볼이 해저드 내에 있는 상태였기 때문에 볼이 있는 동안 벙커의 모래에 클럽을 댔을 때와 마찬가지로 2벌타가 추가됐다(13조4항). 1벌타 구제로 막을 수 있었던 상황에서 5타나 까먹은 것. ◇ 가슴 아프게 = 지난 2003년 마스터스 최종일 선두를 달리던 제프 매거트가 페어웨이 벙커에서 2벌타를 받아 트리플보기를 범한 것도 유명한 에피소드. 벙커 턱에 맞고 튀어나온 볼에 가슴을 맞은 매거트는 5위로 대회를 마감했고 결국 가슴을 치며 울분을 달래야 했다. ◇ "나도 아파" = 자신의 몸에 볼이 맞는 경우에만 벌타가 주어지는 것은 아니다. 룰 19조2항은 '경기자의 볼이 그 자신, 그의 파트너, 그들의 캐디나 그들의 휴대품에 의해 우연히 정지되거나 방향을 바꾼 때'에 벌을 부가한다. '전설의 골퍼' 진 사라젠은 지난 53년 마스터스 1라운드 2번홀에서 드라이버 샷으로 앞서가던 자신의 캐디를 맞혔다. 고통에 뒹구는 캐디 앞에서 2벌타를 받은 사라젠도 가슴이 아팠을 상황이었다. ◇ '남의 집'이었다 = 지난해 NEC인비테이셔널 3라운드. 비로 페어웨이 곳곳이 질퍽해지자 로컬 룰에 따라 벌타 없이 볼을 집어 닦는 것이 허용됐다. 그런데 어찌 된 일인지 마루야마 시게키는 3번홀 페어웨이에서 볼을 닦아 플레이 한 뒤 2벌타를 받았다. 그는 2번홀 플레이 도중 티샷을 잘못 해 볼을 옆에 있는 3번홀로 보냈던 것. 로컬룰은 '플레이 하고 있는 홀'에서만 볼 닦는 것을 허용한다. '남의 집'은 해당되지 않는다. ◇ 깃대가 있었네 = 유럽투어의 필립 프라이스도 '이글이 파가 되는' 아픔을 겪었다. 올해 두바이데저트클래식에서 그는 캐디가 깃대를 뽑지 않았다는 사실을 잊은 채 서둘러 이글 퍼트를 했고 볼은 깃대에 부딪힌 뒤 홀인됐다. 룰 17조3항은 그린 위에서 플레이 된 볼이 홀에 꽂힌 깃대나 그린 위에 놓아둔 깃대를 맞히면 2벌타를 받도록 규정하고 있다. 볼이 깃대를 잡고 있는 사람에게 맞는 경우도 마찬가지. 단, 그린 밖에서 플레이 할 경우는 벌이 없다. ◇ 볼 들어오기 전에 = 엎드린 채 퍼트 라인을 읽는 것으로 유명한 요아킴 해그만은 룰을 영리하게 이용해 상황을 유리하게 만들었다. 지난해 브리티시오픈에서 그는 벙커 탈출을 시도했지만 볼이 다시 벙커로 굴러 떨어지기 시작하자 재빨리 모래에 생긴 클럽자국과 발자국을 발로 지웠다. 13조 4항이 '볼이 해저드 내에 있을 때'에만 클럽 또는 다른 것으로 지면에 접촉하는 것이 금지된 점을 떠올리고는 '볼이 벙커 바깥에 있을 동안' 모래를 정리해 벌타도 면하고 모래도 평평하게 만들 수 있었다.
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2005-01-18
The Rules of Golf (English Version)
The Rules of Golf Basic rules for the game By PGA.com staff 02.26.2003 01:54 pm (EST) Rule 1 -- The Game The holes on the course must be played in order (l through 9, 10 through 18 or 1 through 18). You must always play by the Rules. You are not allowed to change them. Rule 2 -- Match Play In match play, each hole is a separate contest. If you win the first hole, you are "one-up"; if you lose it, you are "one-down"; if you tie it, you are "all-square." You have won the match when, for example, you are three-up and there are only two holes left to play. Anyone you are playing against is your "opponent." Rule 3 -- Stroke Play In stroke play, the competitor with the lowest total score for the round (9 or 18 holes) is the winner. You must play the ball into the hole before starting the next hole. Anyone you are playing with is a fellow-competitor. Rules 4 & 5 -- Clubs and the Ball You may carry no more than fourteen clubs. Normally, you may not change balls during the play of a hole. However, if you damage or cut your ball, you may change the ball after first asking your opponent or fellow competitor. Rule 6 -- Things a Player Should Do Read the notices given to you by the tournament officials. Always use your proper handicap. Know your tee-time or starting time. Make sure you play your own ball (put a mark on the ball in case someone else is using an identical ball. In stroke play, make sure your score for each hole is correct before you turn in your card. Keep playing unless there is lightning, you are ill or an official tells you to stop. Rule 7 -- Practice You may not hit a practice shot while playing a hole, or from any hazard. Note: Always read the local rules about practice. Rule 8 -- Advice on How to Play During a round, you may not ask anyone except your caddie or partner for advice on how to play. However, you may ask about Rules or the position of hazards or the flagstick. You may not give advice to your opponent or fellow-competitor Rule 9 -- Advising Opponent on Strokes Taken In match play, you must tell your opponent the number of strokes you have taken if you are asked. Rule 10 -- When to Play a Shot The player who has the lowest score on a hole has the right to play his/her ball first on the next hole. This is called the "honor." While playing a hole, the player whose ball is farthest from the hole plays first. In match play, if you play out of turn, your opponent may make you replay your shot. This is not so in stroke play. Rule 11 -- Teeing Ground Tee your ball between the tee-markers or a little behind them. You may tee your ball as far as two club lengths behind the markers. If your ball accidentally falls off the tee, you may replace it without penalty. Rule 12 -- Finding Ball in Hazard -- Identifying Ball A hazard is any bunker (area of sand) or water hazard (lake, pond, creek, etc). In a bunker or water hazard, if sand or leaves cover your ball, you may remove enough of the sand or leaves to be able to see a part of the ball. You may lift your ball to identify it anywhere except in a hazard. You must tell your opponent or fellow competitor before you lift your ball to identify it. Rule 13 -- Playing the Ball as it Lies on the Course You must play the ball as it lies. You may not move it to a better spot. You may not improve your lie by pressing down behind the ball. The club may be grounded only lightly behind the ball. You may not improve the area of your intended swing or line of play by bending or breaking anything growing, such as tree limbs or weeds. In a hazard, you may not touch the sand, ground or water with the club before or during your back swing. In a hazard, you may not remove loose impediments (natural things such as leaves or twigs) but you may remove obstructions (artificial objects such as bottles or rakes.) Rule 14 -- Striking the Ball You must strike the ball fairly with the head of the club. You may not push, scrape or rake the ball. You must not hit your ball while it is moving. Rule 15 -- Playing a Wrong Ball In match play, if you play a ball that is not yours, you lose the hole. If you play the wrong ball in a hazard, there is no penalty and you must then play the right ball. In stroke play, if you play a ball that is not yours, you must take a two-stroke penalty. If you play the wrong ball in a hazard, you must then play out the hole with your own ball. If you do not do so, you are disqualified. Rule 16 -- The Putting Green If any part of your ball is touching the green, it is on the green. When your ball is on the green, you may brush away leaves and other loose impediments within your line of putt with your hand or a club. Do not fan them with a cap or towel. You should repair ball marks or old hole plugs if they are within your line of putt, but you may not repair marks made by spikes or shoes. You may not test the surface of the green by rolling a ball or scraping the surface. Always mark your ball by putting a small coin or other marker behind it when you want to pick it up to clean or get it out of another player's way. Rule 17 -- The Flagstick If your ball is off the green, there is no penalty if you play and your ball strikes the flagstick, provided no one is holding the flagstick. If your ball is on the green, do not putt with the flagstick in the hole. Either take the flagstick out or ask another player to hold it and take it out when you play your ball. In match play, if you putt and your ball hits the flagstick when it is in the hole, you lose the hole. In stroke play, you must add two penalty strokes to your score for the hole. Rule 18 -- Moving the Ball If you or your partner move either of your balls on purpose or accidentally, add a penalty stroke to your score, replace and play it. If someone or something moves your ball other than you or your partner, (an outside agency) there is no penalty, but you must replace it. If the ball is moved by wind or water, you must play it as it lies. Once you address the ball, if the ball moves, add a penalty stroke and replace the ball. If you move a loose impediment lying within one club-length of the ball and the ball moves, add a penalty stroke, replace it and play it. On the putting green, there is no penalty. Rule 19 -- Ball in Motion Deflected or Stopped If your ball hits an outside agency, (bird, rake, etc.), it is called a "rub of the green." There is no penalty and the ball is played as it lies. "Rub of the green." Play the ball as it lies. No penalty. Hits you, partner, caddie or equipment, you lose the hole. In stroke play, incur a two-stroke penalty. Hits your opponent, caddie or equipment, you may replay the shot. Hit fellow competitor, caddie or equipment, no penalty. If your ball hits you, your partner, your caddie, or your equipment in match play you lose the hole. In stroke play, you are penalized two strokes and you must play your ball as it lies. If your ball hits your opponent, his caddie, or his equipment, there is no penalty; you may play the ball as it lies or replay the shot. If your ball hits a fellow competitor, caddie or equipment in stroke play, there is no penalty and the ball is played as it lies. These are the same as outside agencies in stroke play. If your ball hits another ball and moves it, you must play your ball as it lies. The owner of the other ball must replace it. If your ball is on the green when you play and the ball, which your ball hits, is also on the green, you are penalized two strokes in stroke play. Otherwise, there is no penalty. Rule 20 -- Lifting and Dropping the Ball If you are going to lift your ball under a Rule and the Rule requires that the ball be replaced, you must put a ball-marker behind the ball before you lift it. When you drop a ball, stand erect, hold your arm out straight and drop it. If a dropped ball hits the ground and rolls into a hazard, out of a hazard, comes to rest more than two club-lengths from where it first struck a part of the course, nearer the hole or, if you are dropping away from an immovable obstruction or ground under repair, etc., back into the obstruction or ground under repair, you must re-drop. If the same thing happens when you re-drop, you must place the ball where it struck the ground when it was re-dropped. Rule 21 -- Cleaning the Ball You may clean your ball when you are allowed to lift it. On the green a ball may be cleaned when lifted except when it has been lifted to determine if it is unfit or for identification purposes because it interferes with play. Rule 22 -- Ball Interfering with or Assisting Play If another ball interferes with your swing or is in your line of putt, you may ask the owner of the ball to lift it. If your ball is near the hole and might serve as a backstop for another player, you may lift your ball. Rule 23 -- Loose Impediments Loose impediments are natural objects that are not growing or fixed -- such as leaves, twigs, branches, worms and insects. You may remove a loose impediment except when your ball and the loose impediment lie in a banker or water hazard. (Exception see Rule 12) Rule 24 -- Obstructions Obstructions are artificial or man-made objects. Bottles, tin cans, rakes, etc., are movable obstructions. Sprinkler heads, shelter houses, cart paths, etc., are Immovable obstructions. Movable obstructions anywhere on the course may be removed. If the ball moves when moving an obstruction, it must be replaced without penalty. You may drop your ball away from an immovable obstruction if it interferes with your swing or stance. Find the nearest point not nearer the hole where you can play without interference with your swing or stance. Drop the ball within one club-length of that point. (You may move your ball away from an immovable obstruction if it interferes with your swing or stance.) Note: You should not pick up the ball from an obstruction until you have established the nearest point of relief. Rule 25 -- Casual Water; Ground Under Repair; Animal Holes Casual water is any temporary puddle of water caused by rain or over watering. Ground under repair is any damaged area, which the Committee has marked as such. If your ball or your stance is in casual water, ground under repair or a burrowing animal hole, you may either play the ball as it lies or find the nearest place not nearer the hole which gives you relief, and drop the ball within one club-length of that place. If your ball is in casual water, etc., and you cannot find it, determine where the ball entered the area and drop a ball within one club-length of that place without penalty. If your ball is on the wrong green, find the nearest place off the green, which is not nearer the hole, and drop the ball within one club-length of that place. Rule 26 -- Water Hazards Water hazard margins are identified by yellow stakes or lines. Lateral water hazard margins are identified by red stakes or lines. If your ball is in a water hazard or a lateral water hazard, you may play it as it lies. If you cannot find it or do not wish to play it, add a penalty stroke and drop and play another ball from where you last played; or drop a ball behind the water hazard as far back as you wish. If you decide to drop behind the hazard, drop the ball so that there is a straight line between the hole, where your ball last crossed the hazard margin and where you drop the ball. If your ball is in a lateral water hazard, you may drop a ball within two club-lengths of where the ball last crossed the hazard margin, no nearer to the hole. Rule 27 -- Ball Lost or Out of Bounds A ball is lost if it is not found within five minutes after you first begin to search. A ball is out of bounds when all of it lies beyond the inside line of objects such as white stakes, or a fence or wall that marks the playing area. If your ball is lost or out of bounds, you must add a penalty stroke to your score and play another ball from where you played your last shot. If you think your ball may be lost or out of bounds, you may play another ball (provisional ball) from the place where your first ball was played. You must tell your opponent or fellow-competitor that you are playing a provisional ball and play it before you look for the first ball. If you cannot find your first ball or if it is out of bounds, you must count the strokes with the first and provisional balls, add a penalty stroke and play out the hole with the provisional ball. If you find your first ball in bounds, continue play with it and pick up the provisional ball. Rule 28 -- Ball Unplayable If your ball is under a tree or in some other bad situation and you decide you cannot play it, add a penalty stroke and do one of the following: 1. Go back to where you played the last shot and play a ball from there 2. Measure two club-lengths from the unplayable lie, drop a ball and play from there 3. Keep the unplayable lie between where you drop the ball and the hole, go back as far as you wish on a straight line and drop and play the ball
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2004-11-10
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