You take a free drop, one club length from the nearest point of relief, which would be the edge of the green no nearer the hole.
Only if it is in the fairway or any other closely mown area. You get to drop it nearest point of relief. If the ball plugs in the rough you have to play it as it lies.
There is no penalty for wrong answers. Although if you leave an answer that is incorrect it maybe deleted by another user and answered correctly.
If this happens, you pick up your ball and tee it up on the proper tee box, no penalty. However, if you or anyone in your group tee'd off from the wrong place they receive a two shot penalty and must correct their mistake (by teeing off from the proper tee box) before they commence the next hole. If they do not fix their mistake they are DQ'd.
Under normal circumstances, with your ball in the sand, if you touch the sand with your club and are not in the process of making a stoke (the downward motion of the club with the intention of hitting the ball) you incur a penalty for testing the sand. But since Tiger's ball was NOT in the sand when his club hit the sand he was not penalized. I think...please correct me if I'm wrong.
If the measurement goes against the coach who asked for it to be done, the team is assessed a two minute penalty.
This is considered a loaded question. You are making an unjustified assumption.
sorry if i'm wrong but i think it's like an island.......?
Two shot penalty. You also have to go back and correct your mistake before you tee off on the next hole, or you will be disqualified.
If the death penalty is right depends on each person's interpretation of right and wrong and on their individual set of values and morals. After all, in certain states, the death penalty is used and in other it is banned.
It was always a 10 Yard penalty Wrong. It was a 15 yard penalty till 1974 in the pros, and sometime later in college.
why/how do you think you put it on wrong?