If you are in general play i.e not a competition you can do this. But, if you are in a competition there would the lady would receive a two shot penalty for teeing off from outside the teeing area. She would be disqualified if she teed off on the next hole without correcting her mistake. (That is, tee off from the proper tee, it will be her third shot)
well 50/50 if its just the paper and the marker but out of what? what are the other things grouped with the paper and the marker like are there more markers or more pieces of paper?
Chris Marker is best known for being the director of films such as La Jetee, A Grin Without a Cat, and Sans Soleil. Marker was born on July 29, 1921 in France.
No, you may not touch your ball. There should be no need anyway as the name and number are stamped more than once so that no matter how the ball lies you will be able to see if it is yours or not.
A permanent textile marker.
There are many products available to remove permanent marker from wood without ruining the finish. One product that you can use is Pledge to clean the wood.
No,any marker does come off poster board without destroying it.
some adjectives for marker could be: blue marker, red marker, black marker
Without a budget estimate and what you need to do, this is too broad of a question.
You cant, the CO2 that is in the marker is vented out when you take the tank off.
You might try a fine tip paint pen.