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Colin is correct.   19-2/2 Player's Ball Strikes Own Caddie and Comes to Rest Out of Bounds Q.A player's ball accidentally strikes his caddie, who is standing in bounds, and the ball comes to rest out of bounds. What is the ruling? A.The player incurs a penalty of one stroke (Rule 19-2) and, since the ball lies out of bounds, he must proceed under Rule 27-1, incurring another penalty stroke.
Apparently in Australia, if your club/course hasn't got the full blown handicapping software, you are required to enter your score as the total of your calculated Stableford points !!!!!
There is no reason why you should not drop on the path if it is within the 2cl. Once it is on the path then you have free relief from an immovable obstruction and you can drop again. This time within 1cl of the nearest point of full relief (not nearer the hole of course).   Be careful however with your first drop, if you drop too close to the hazard your nearest point of relief may well be in the rough and you may have to stand in the hazard.   You don't take 2cl from...
Why not use the opportunity to get some practice playing out of divot holes. It might improve your tournament or handicap scores.
Two penalties out of hundreds each year. You seem to have a problem
The video   http://espn.go.com/golf/story/_/id/11207071/inbee-park-1-shot-lead-women-british-open   She certainly pushes sand down the slope with her left foot.   But not quite as blatant as this   http://www.usga.org/...les_ver7_hi.asx
1-2/5 Player Putts with One Hand and Catches Ball in Hole with Other Hand Q.A player whose ball is on the lip of the hole putts with one hand and catches the ball with his other hand after the ball is below the level of the lip of the hole. What is the ruling? A.The player purposely stopped his moving ball. In match play, he lost the hole – Rule 1-2. In stroke play, he incurred a penalty of two strokes and was required to place his ball on the lip of the hole and hole...
It depends on whether the margin of the water hazard is marked with yellow (water hazard) or red (lateral water hazard) stakes/lines. It in all probability will be yellow.   This is a link to the rule Read this first and come back if you have any problems.   http://www.usga.org/Rule-Books/Rules-of-Golf/Rule-26/#26-1
You understand it correctly. The ball is not in the bunker.
Live grass in a water hazard may well be grass in the hazard but is is not ground in the hazard and 13-4 is about touching the ground in any hazard.   Phan52 introduced 13-4 into the debate, correctly but arguably redundantly.
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