The Keystone golf courses seem to have a shortage of stakes marking hazards. To conserve stakes, they typically mark one side of the hazard, but not the other. i,e. https://maps.google.com/maps?q=keystone+river+golf+course&ll=39.602111,-105.985589&spn=0.000908,0.002064&fb=1&gl=us&hq=keystone+river+golf+course&radius=15000&t=h&z=20 has two stakes near the bridge at the center of the frame, and a couple of more stakes on the fairway side of the hazard going towards the green, but no stakes on the other 3 sides of the hazard.
Where does the hazard end? Is everything left of the stakes included? What angle do you take from the stakes to determine what is in and what is out of the hazard?
In other cases, stakes are placed in such a way that an area that should obviously be included in a hazard is technically outside the stakes. How should this be played?