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 One (or three) examples of bad knowledge by head pro(s):  
 This is a good catch (as is 2-4/5). I missed that.
Rule 18-3 b: So you did correctly, but your opponent should have added one penalty stroke. So the hole result would have been draw. Too bad.
I think simulator is ok, as long as you play it as a game, not as a learning aid.
 If it has been marked as water hazard then you play it as water hazard. Very easy.
 How wide is the pond if you can not see the colour of the line (which should be yellow anyway)? But anyway, regarding the LR about the DZ. I do not understand why there is a need to state after how many shots you can use DZ. Why not rule that if the ball lies in water hazard (not the left or right lateral), you get normal relief or DZ, whichever you prefer?
Normal wear (scrapes, dings, rust) is allowed. IIRC rust increases grip on glub face, but not sure if you need that on 3W.
What if this guy was going to post it towards the HC? What if he would have noticed playing forward of tee markers only after hitting the tee shot and been even more gloomy after that...   Playing with strangers, after few holes they are not anymore that strange. You should be able to tell if they can accept comments and which kind of comments.   We usually joke (even with "strangers"), about someone teeing in front of markers. People are usually upset, but more about...
 I wonder why it would be like this? They still use yards on golf courses in UK I guess...
Wording of the definition leaves a bit to be desired: “Out of bounds’’ is beyond the boundaries of the course or any part of the course so marked by the Committee.    So if the Committee has not defined the course (and boundaries) there is no OB?
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