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The Virtual Certainty part of 26-1. There are enough courses with water that is blind from the point of view of the golfer that this rule comes into play a lot.
Two. One in 1976 at Brandywine Bay near Morehead City, NC and one last year at Lake Nona.
Easy solution. Get out your sharpie. Put a big round mark on back of ball. After you hit your tee shot you will see the mark on club face. All legal, no questions asked. (The quicker you wipe off the face after hit the easier it is to get it off )
I bought one a few weeks back. First thing I had to do was do what needed to do months ago...upgrade my computer away from XP. It did not take long to get used to it. The mobile app is fairly good although there are times I have trouble finding the screens I was looking for. Online editing has been easy. The biggest complaint I have is the outdated list of standard clubs to pick from in their drop down menus in the initial setup stages. They are still working on how to...
I know I am late to the dance but let me know if you set up another after May 1. I have signed up for a lot of VSGA one day events and am always amenable to playing at Laurel Hills in Lorton, VA.
Reed -7 Speith -7 Dufner-7
Titleist SM5 50, 54, and 58 degree wedges. 50 is F grind. Other two are M grind
I am 6'7" and clubs are +2.5 but...the key data point is that my arms are short for my height. It is all based (mostly) on the distance wrist to floor. Most likely the main thing taller folks need adjusted are lie angles.
Thanks all
What is the rule if when taking an unplayable either 2 club rule or going backward still results in an unplayable lie. Yesterday guy hit into woods. Tried to hit out and ball hit tree and went way further into woods. What are his options now (along with penalty strokes).
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