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scriper23

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  1. I'm playing there again, this Sunday. I'm going to see if there are red/yellow markings and if not see what their local rule is. Possibly suggest to do the same. A stroke or two can make all the difference in the world, especially in a money round. Thanks for all the help!
  2. Now that I think about it, I bet there is a red line marking the hazard. Thank you!
  3. Thanks for the quick help. The boards are technically running horizontal on the edge of fairway, before hazard. Kind of like the Sawgrass running boards. I'll attach pic again.
  4. Sorry...posted in the wrong forum. Re-posted in Rules for Golf. Now to try to figure out how to delete this one.
  5. Good morning! So this weekend, we had a player in our group have his drive come to rest under wood planks, defining the course and water hazard in front of green. We didn't give him the "obstruction" relief, as the ball would have gone in the water if the board wasn't there and also assumed the wood "defined the make-up of the course." Is this accurate? Or does he get free relief from immovable obstruction. Nothing noted on the course's local rules. The red circle on the pic, shows the location. It's hard to see but both sides of the water hazard are lined with wood planks. Thanks for your help!
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