See Rule 25-3. The key is what is considered interference under the rule in the first place. Interference is when the ball is on the green, different than R25-1 which covers abnormal ground conditions where interference from the condition includes ball, stance, and area of swing.. Consequently, with wrong putting greens, the nearest point of relief, the place where you have full relief, is only concerned with where the ball is.
So yes, you could still be standing on the green.
I thought I remember a local rule that could be used to include fringes when taking relief, but I did a quick look and couldn't find it.
Edited by Dormie1360 - 2/5/13 at 5:36pm