Count it as a stroke. Keep playing the ball.
One stroke penalty. Replace the ball in the original spot.
No penalty - you had not addressed the ball. Replace to original spot.
He should play the original ball with a one stroke penalty.
He should play the original ball with no penalty.
Once he drops, he must play the new ball with a one stroke penalty.
Knowing the rules.
Starting at the time established by the committee.
Playing without delay.
Returning his/her scorecard to the committee with accurate totals (correct addition).
Player A tells Player B that his (B's) ball is 142 yards from the hole.
Player A tells Player B this his (B's) putt will break to the left about 12 inches.
Player A tells Player B that he (B) should play a provisional ball because his ball might be out of bounds.
Player A tells Player B that his (B's) ball is teed in front of the tee markers.
The point at which the ball last crossed the margin of the water hazard before coming to rest in the hazard.
The reference point for taking relief without penalty from interference by an immovable obstruction, abnormal ground condition, or wrong putting green.
The nearest playable lie, not nearer the hole, than where the original ball came to rest in an unplayable lie.
A point two club lengths from where the dropped ball first strikes a part of the course.
He starts a stipulated round with a non-conforming club in his bag.
He starts a stipulated round with twenty clubs in his bag.
He damages a club making a practice swing near a tree (changes the loft of the club), then uses that club for his next stroke.
He adds "anti-slice" solution to the face of the club, then makes a stroke with that club.
He is not required to identify a ball as his before he can deem it unplayable and drop a ball within two club lengths of where it lay.
He may drop a ball in a hazard, if he deems his ball to be unplayable through the green.
He may deem his ball unplayable anywhere on the course.
If he places his club on the ground in front of the ball and takes his stance, he has addressed the ball.
On the putting green, if he grounds his club, takes his stance, and then moves away from the ball, he has not addressed the ball.
If he takes his stance in a bunker without a club, he has not addressed the ball.
Another ball in motion, might be stopped or deflected by his ball.
The player thinks his ball will interfere with another player's play.
The player thinks his ball will assist another player's play.
The player is never entitled to lift his ball without penalty when it lies through the green.
Play from the spot which it lies with no penalty
Play from the previous spot with a one stroke penalty
Take two club lengths relief from the point at which the ball last crossed the margin of the hazard with a one stroke penalty
Take two club lengths relief from the equidistant side of which the ball last crossed the margin of the hazard with a one stroke penalty
Take the line at which the ball last crossed the margin of the hazard and the flagstick and travel as far back on that line as the player prefers with a one stroke penalty
"I will never find that one. I'll play another."
"This is a provisional ball."
"That might be lost. I am going to re-load."
He taps down spike marks on the line of putt.
He repairs a ball mark on the line of putt.
He removes loose impediments on the line of put with a towel.
He presses down a ball marker of a fellow-competitor that is on his line of putt.
He has proceeded correctly and must play the ball as it lies.
He must re-drop the ball without penalty.
He must place the ball as near as possible to where it lay.
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