Last night in league play I hit my approach just right of the green on the last hole. My opponent saw the ball come down with no bounce, so I know it didn't bounce ob or land ob/in water. We go over to where my ball should have landed and there are several extremely soft spots in the area. The grass is bubbled up and if you push on it you can feel the ground underneath squish about. We came to the conclusion that my ball landed in this area and basically got swallowed by the overly saturated ground. I took a drop with penalty for unplayable within 2 club lengths *think it was closer to 1/2 a club* back from that area, no closer to the pin and played out. I ended up saving bogey with my up and down. My question is, was this correct? I did end up winning the hole anyway, but for handicap purposes I want to make sure my scores are always correct.
Edited by Jeremie Boop - 8/16/13 at 8:33am