Bad shot, playing a par 4, hitting into the sun so of course I knew I wouldn't see it. Asked my uncle, who I was playing with, to watch. Hit a slice, although I didn't know it at the time the ball flies right and hits a guy putting out on the other fairway green. After the ball hit the guy my uncle scream FOUR. Needless to say I was very embarrassed, walked up to the guy and apologized but he was pissed, I didn't blame him,
Good shot, 213 yards out, hit a 3W and put it 2 feet from the cup, putted in for a birdie.
No they wouldn´t, that´s why i said morning tee time for LPGA players and afternoon for PGA players.
Maybe you just go early to get a good spot on 18th hole while you see the ladies end their rounds, or tune the LPGA broadcast the check out course condition.. pin placements in advance... you name it.
The rules allow the location of the ball to be marked using a "ball marker", or by setting a club next to or behind the ball. Interestingly, the definition of "ball marker" requires it to be something artificial, so by strict interpretation a small stone or a seashell wouldn't be acceptable. Similarly, making a mark on the grass, or using the trail in the dew wouldn't be acceptable. As far as I can tell looking at last year's rules, this definition of "ball marker" is new. Check Rule 20-1 here:
Rules Of Golf 2016
There's a recommendation that a coil or similar object be used, but no specific requirement other than that the position must be marked.