Fair question. I'm going to make a wild guess that there might be some kind of "conduct unbecoming" rule that might lead to a fine or something, but that there probably isn't a "2 strokes for watering the trees" penalties. I really have no idea though.
I would imagine that the PGA tournaments have a lot of port-a-potties as well.
These are the two that stood out to me as well. It's a delicate topic considering they are women and cannot use the bushes in a real emergency.
Ultimately, though, it was Northwestern and Kent State, both of whom qualified for match play regardless, so neither team was harmed. Sure, they both perhaps dropped a couple places in the final individual standings, but ultimately they learned a lesson without too much fallout.
As @iacas said i would recommend Carry and also increse your dispersion 25%.
That´s because on the range you are on a perfect lie, with no pressure and not affected by the elements. In conditions like that your dispersion will be tighter than when your are at the golf course.
So if the lunch monitor said thar your dispersion is 40 yards left/rigth you´d better use 50 yards dispersion on the golf course.