At this point Erik would say 'this is a Rules forum' and I would concur with him. Making one's own rules is not what golf is about.
There is nothing wrong to play golf not abiding to the Rules of Golf but it is IMHO important to know when one is doing that. However, there is no contribution presenting here rules that do not exists.
I have no problem with people playing the way they choose, but we ARE in a part of TST specifically for Rules of Golf. @Ruler and I may disagree on whether a specific depressed area fits the Definition of Penalty Area, or on what may be or should be defined as GUR by the Committee, but we're each trying to have those discussions within the Rules as written. These kinds of discussions can be really useful in learning about the rules, they certainly have helped me to improve my understanding.
Does anyone else get annoyed at the incorrect usage and/or over usage of "literally"? Why does someone think they need to tell you "I literally just arrived." when you saw them come in the door? It makes me want to "figuratively" jump off a bridge.