risks of water is likely due to stroke penalty more than any other thing in golf. But the risk of water as it is processed in accordance with Article 26, often leads to conflict over the interpretation of the rule. So I'm careful to consider the issue in my golf lessons and discuss them in my golf tips. The controversy stems from the interpretation, where the ball went past the edge of the sea. Since the decision affects where you fall, it makes sense to have a good understanding of the rule, especially if a game is on the line or work in a personal record. These rules determine RulesGolf endangered water "any sea, lake, lake, river, ditch, surface drainage ditch or other open water course (with or without water), and such like." Risk of yellow river signal poles and lines. But the rules do not stop there, as I said my tips golf lessons and golf I discuss also a lateral water contamination risks. The rules define a financial risk to the water later, as part of a water hazard, "so situated as to not be judged by the committee is almost impossible to drop a ball behind the water hazard in accordance with Rule 26-1b. "In other words, there is a risk that water does not fall between the tee and green. The way these signals except the red stakes or lines. RemediesIf hit the water you are one of four things: 1. You can play the ball as close as possible to the place where the original ball was played. 2. You can drop a ball behind the risk of contamination of water, keeping the point where the ball entered the water's edge, just behind the hole where the ball dropped. There is no limit to how far the ball can be dropped, since the crossing point between the drop and the hole 3.. You can play the ball is at risk of water pollution 4.. If the ball falls into a lateral water hazard, you can throw a ball away from danger, but in both club lengths from where the ball crossed the last of the water. However, the ball can not be stopped near the hole where the original ball past the danger. Controversia The main issue is the institution where the ball crossed the last risk where the ball went in the water, which could be important in cases where a balloon that landed in the territory then rolled in water. The best way to handle this kind of problem is to determine the point where the ball was set, or more land before it crossed the hazard. Then, determine if the point is between the red or yellow stakes. In If so, you can decide the best course of action from there. The additional opportunity to file a lateral hazards and water pollution, however, means that the ball sometimes fall on both sides of the risk, if they are in two lengths the club, where the ball crossed the hazard is no nearer the hole. This can make the difference when it finally determines where the bullet. Unfortunately, golf instruction can help you make that decision. Hitting out of the water is rarely an option, not an option I recommend golf courses and my advice, but it has happened. Payne Stewart chose to play the ball against the risk of contamination at the last hole of the 1989 Ryder Cup match with Jose Maria Olazabal. The attempt failed and lost the hole and the match. Think twice before choosing this option. In the land of ClubIf a player chooses to hit the water pollution, he or she can support the team at any stage of the address. Grounding the club may be unintentional, but it is a violation of the rules and issues the player a penalty of two strokes in medal play and the loss of hole in match play. The rule is similar to the closure of a club in a shelter. You know the rules governing the dangers of water would reduce the need for your golf handicap. But it will give you an idea of your use next time you hit the water. Since you can not be sanctioned violation of the rules, think carefully before deciding. If you're in a tournament and do not know what to do, do not hesitate to talk with employees.

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