You take a penalty stroke if you did not let te other player mark their ball.
If you are on the green and you hit another ball which is on the green, you receive a two shot penalty and must play your ball where it lies. The other ball must be replaced, you should have asked the other player to move the ball. If however you are not on the green and hit another ball, there is no penalty, you again play yours as it lies and the other ball must be replaced.
Two shot penalty, and you must correct your mistake before you tee off on the next hole. The total of shots you hit with the wrong ball is also counted.
Yes but that would be a penalty to have to many players on the field, if they are on the other team then they will get the penalty.
Once you have taken the penalty and hit the new ball, you may not hit the old ball again. Play on with the penalty and the new ball.
They mark their ball out of courtesy for other players as if one player on the green hits the ball of another they receive a two shot penalty. It is also so the player can clean his ball and line it up.
The rules are that any players can't touch the ball with there hands or there's a penalty. Only the goalkeepers could touch the ball with there hands. Another rule is the you can't injure or hurt anyone or an penalty will apply, the least worse penalty is a free kick for the injured players team,the worst is a red card which sends you off the field. Same for if an player touches the ball,except it's just an free kick. When the ball gets to the penalty box which is the goalkeepers box and penalties the opposite team gets a penalty shot which is 12 feet away fo the goal. :)
If the 'kick' is intentional, it is an illegal kick penalty. If it is unintentional, it is a fumble.
For a penalty kick to be started all players, except the goal keeper and kicker, must be (1) outside of the penalty area, (2) 10 yards from the ball, and (3) behind the ball. So, by definition, a penalty cannot be taken with a player in an offside position.
any ball struck by another ball must be replaced as close to its original position as possible. Tricky when players are 150yds away!
The D keeps players 10 yards from the Ball when a penalty kick is taken. Whenever a free kick is taken, the defending team must always be 10 yards away from the ball. This includes penalty kicks. The penalty spot is 12 yards from the goal line. The penalty area is 18 yards from the goal line. All players have to be outside of the box when the penalty kick is taken. Without the D, the players standing behind the penalty taker would only be 6 yards from the ball. So, from the penalty spot, a 10 yard radius is drawn and marked only outside the penalty box (so it ends up looking like a D)
You would get a one stroke penalty if you hit another ball and do not call it provisonal, because you cannot hit another golf ball unless it is unplayable.