I started putting a line above and below the brand of ball *titleist, wilson, callaway* and drawing a line either all the way or halfway around the ball through they alignment marking/model name as well. It makes it much easier to identify the ball regardless of it's orientation in the rough. Sometimes I vary a bit in the mark on/near the label but I almost always have the a line around the ball. The line is dual purpose, it's great for a quick reassurance that the ball is mine as well as helping me a little with lining up putts and tee shots. Ever since I started doing this I've not had any incidents of wrong ball being hit by myself or a playing partner.
middle/front pin: 85 yards with my 60 degree wedge. If i miss hit it, it would be arround 78/80 yards.
back pin: same wedge but punched down to the middle of the green landing at about 75 yards, specting 5/10 yards roll (i use long balls).
One of the local pros here in the area holds tournaments every month. He use to coach the USA team back in 1986. I recently retired and my table tennis days have almost died. I use to play competitively but haven't played in quite some time. It's a game you can't put down if you expect to be good.