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OUT OF BOUNDS (RULE 18)
The boundaries of the course are defined by white lines and stakes, fences, the walls that support the fences and constructions that delimit the course.
GROUND UNDER REPAIR (RULE 16)
Natural objects such as pine needles, leaves, pine cones, branches, grass or weeds piled up and waiting to be removed are regarded as ground under repair and are also loose impediments.
PENALTY AREAS – OPTIONAL DROP ZONES (RULE 17)
In PA with stretches bounded by planks, the boundary of the PA is defined by edge of the planks closest to the water.
Hole 8: There are two optional drop zones for balls that enter the water hazard by crossing the line marked by red and white stakes. Players must use the area closest to the point of reference as their drop zone.
Hole 12: Only for balls which, when this hole is being played, come to rest in the lateral water hazard behind the putting green.
AUTOMOWERS (RULE 9.6 )
Ricocheted or deflected ball = play the ball as it is found and lies.
Moved ball = replace the ball on the original spot. If not known then estimated, where the ball lied initially without penalty. (Rule 14.2)
Committee procedure. . Section 8E-3: 20 centimetres
Penalty for breach of this local rule
Stroke-Play: Two strokes - Match-Play: Lose the hole
The full wording of any Local Rule referenced below can be found in the Rules of Golf - Official Guide in effect from 1 January 2019.