Technically speaking, none. A player has the right to decide whether or not his or her ball is unplayable, so there is always the option of claiming an unplayable lie and re-teeing. The penalty is for declaring the ball unplayable, not hitting another tee shot, although the second tee shot is the player's third shot.
A referee can call an unsportsmanlike penalty for many reasons: -unecessary language - fighting after whistle is blown -hitting the boards in anger -not complying with the rules -taking any penalty to the extreme
There is a one stroke penalty and you must replay the shot from the same position, or as close as possible to original position. Simply, you stand on the tee, you hit your tee shot out of bounds (1), you take your penalty stoke (2) and replay the shot from the tee (3) so when you get down the fairway your next shot is your 4th.
Many believe that killing someone for killing another is hypocritical.
Telling them how nice they look would be one of many ways to stroke another persons self esteem.
Although you do not say what in state the crime occurred, it may be helpful to know that this charge is often filed as or reduced to manslaughter. Manslaughter is a misdemeanor in many states, carrying a penalty, variably, of one, three or five years.
Each team may have up to 5 (five) substitutes per game, and each team member may be subbed on/off as many times as wanted during the game. A sub cannot be made during a penalty corner or penalty stroke, however.
You can carry up to 14 total clubs in your golf bag, a 2 stroke penalty is incurred for more than this number of clubs.
Rule 27. Ball Lost or Out of Bounds; Provisional Ball Definitions All defined terms are in italics and are listed alphabetically in the Definitions section. 27-1. Stroke and Distance; Ball Out of Bounds; Ball Not Found Within Five Minutes a. Proceeding Under Stroke and Distance At any time, a player may, under penalty of one stroke, play a ball as nearly as possible at the spot from which the original ball was last played (see Rule 20-5), i.e., proceed under penalty of stroke and distance. Except as otherwise provided in the Rules, if a player makes a stroke at a ball from the spot at which the original ball was last played, he is deemed to have proceeded under penalty of stroke and distance. b. Ball Out of Bounds If a ball is out of bounds, the player must play a ball, under penalty of one stroke, as nearly as possible at the spot from which the original ball was last played (see Rule 20-5). c. Ball Not Found Within Five Minutes If a ball is lost as a result of not being found or identified as his by the player within five minutes after the player's Side or his or their caddies have begun to search for it, the player must play a ball, under penalty of one stroke, as nearly as possible at the spot from which the original ball was last played (see Rule 20-5).
Its a five yard penalty.
If your ball is lost outside of a water hazard the penalty is stroke and distance. Return to the place that you last played from, drop (or tee, if it was a tee shot) and play from there. Count the shot that led to the lost ball and add one more, and count the replay. Many beer leagues play drop it somewhere in the neighborhood of where the ball probably ended up, add a penalty stroke, and play on. Not USGA sanctioned, but on a public course where you have to get done before sunset it's a good way to keep the game moving.
There are 15 ways to the death penalty
15 yard penalty