Relaxed Rules relating to loose impediments and touching the ground in a bunker.
The only requirement will be for you to hold the ball above the ground and let it go so that it falls through the air before coming to rest.
Relief allowed outside a bunker for an unplayable ball for two penalty strokes.
Committees are given the discretion to mark any penalty area as red so that lateral relief is always allowed.
No penalty for accidentally moving you ball during search.
No penalty for moving loose impediments, touching the ground, or grounding your club in a penalty area.
When you have good reason to mark and lift your ball, you are no longer required to first announce your intention.
When the original location of a ball is not known, replace the ball on its estimated spot.
New standard to determine if you caused your ball to move.
The relief area will be measured by a fixed distance of either 20 or 80 inches from the reference point or the reference line.
The ball must come to rest in the relief area where it was dropped, or else the ball must be re-dropped.
A player may always substitute a ball when taking relief.
The focus of the new dropping procedure would be on a specific “relief area” of either 20 or 80 inches from a reference point or reference line.
79 Mobaan Manthana
28 Chalerm Prakiat Rama IX
Nong Bon, Prawet
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