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I don't think it's going to be as difficult as you're saying, @deekay. And why are they making the first line - the one away from the flagstick toward the tee? They're just dropping somewhere at the distance away in the truncated cone. Once you estimate where the ball was lost, one measurement - distance from the hole - is all that matters, really.
The blue lines indicate the extent of the drop area.
The lower line extends 'invisibly' from the hole.
The upper line goes 'invisibly' from the hole to the OOB. It then runs along the OOB as it has to be on the course.
The 'invisible' parts of the lines are irrelevant.
Why would he walk half way across?
How do you determine who is 'away' when the other player is on the far side of the fairway of a dogleg?
Your handicap should be how good you are now, not how good you were 3 months ago. If you practice a lot, play a lot of practice rounds and got better but did not turn in your scores, in my book you are a sandbagger. A couple of practice rounds to work out a change, or to play some extra balls to practice on chipping or so is ok. But you are talking about loads of rounds, not turning in scores.