Straight black line on the side of the ball.
Before he putts he will mark his ball and clean and replace the ball, lining up the line directly at the hole. It helps him aim the ball. There is no rule against it.
its not how you mark your ball, its how you mark your titleist.
No, you may only mark your ball when it is on the green.
mark your ball pick it up wipe it put it back pick ball mark up no stroke penalty.
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Try using a permanent marker.
When this happen, There is no relief from a ball embedded in a bunker.
Once you are on the putting surface i.e the green, you are permitted to mark your ball, clean it and replace it.
It is best to mark golf balls with markers before playing a round to avoid confusion.
Arnold Palmer marked his golf balls with an umbrella in tournaments. It is also reported that his wife would kiss a ball before he used it to play.
Golf ball markers come in various shapes and sizes. Under the rules of golf you can technically use anything to mark your golf ball on the green, you can use a tee, a pitch mark repairer or any coin. However good etiquette would be to use a small coin about 2-3 cm's in diameter and one that lies relatively flat to the ground as to not have any effect on your playing partners.
One ball is in the line of play of the other. No specific name for it really, just mark the ball and move the marker if necessary.
You mark where the ball would lie if it was on the ground, lift it, move the cart and then drop the ball as close to where it would be as if it was on the ground. This is a free drop.
Play the ball as it lies, you are only allowed to mark and clean your ball when you are on the putting surface (green). You would receive a two shot penalty if you cleaned your ball.
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No. Unless it's lift clean and place you cannot mark it in that scenario.
You can only mark your ball and pick it up when you are on the green. However, if lift clean and place is in play you may pick it up, but that is usually only in the winter.
No, it was actually made up by a golfer in the 20th century who thought it was lucky.
any marking is legal i.e. dots, initials, names