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The rule reads, "______ Hole" Funny... That's what my friends call me.
Power lines must be the only "reload for free" obstacle. What if you bounce off the windmill and deflect off the clown's mouth? ;)
Thanks for the info! I've never hit one before and the guy I was playing with was very sure of the rule. I wasn't the first to hit this thing, as it had about 50 dents in it already!
Sorry if this has been brought up before... I hit my 2nd shot on a par 5. I hit a thin 3 wood and it absolutely nailed an electrical box. A playing partner said I get a free redo. I never knew this rule, but re-hit. Was he correct? Yesterday my high capper buddy hit a worm burner that nailed a "no carts" sign that sits 8" off the ground. He brought up my redo with that electrical box and wanted the same do over. I told him I thought it was different. We don't play...
I've seen a drill where you put a golf ball under the outside of your back foot.  It will be really tough to sway back. 
I'm around a 5 and I'm not even close to scratch.  + golfers are from another planet.  
I agree. I feel like my stance is pretty open when lined up square. I naturally aim right. This probably allows my hooks to creep in. ;)
Using the railroad tracks analogy, If you line your shoulders and feet to the flag and hit a straight ball... won't the ball finish 2ft right of the flag? I've always though it was easier to line your shoulders up. I've always wondered this.
Don't blame CB for the way the USGA made that course look.  I played two years ago and it was green.  $170 wasn't too bad.  The course is beautiful.  It didn't look Washington green on TV.     If anyone comes to play CB... I recommend playing Salish Cliffs nearby for $100.  It also has fescue greens and is a better bang for your buck.  
Is it legal to purposely walk in your putting line?  ha!  It might help!  
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