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.
any ball struck by another ball must be replaced as close to its original position as possible. Tricky when players are 150yds away!
No its not because it shouldn't be there
If player A has a golf ball on the green and player B hits a shot from off the green which hits player A's, there is no penalty, Player A replaces their ball as close as possible to where their ball was prior being hit, and player B plays their ball as it lies. However, if Player A has a ball on the green, and player B plays a shot on the green, if the balls collide player A must replace their ball and player B receives a two shot penalty and plays their ball as it lies.
So, your playing partner is on the green, and you hit onto the green, if your ball hits your opponents and your ball goes in, it is counted as holed in that shot. If you hit his ball and his ball goes in, you leave your ball where it ended up and he must replace his to where it was before it was hit.
There are two scenarios; 1. On the green- If you and your opponent are on the green and he hits you ball and knocks it into the cup, or hits your ball at all, you replace your ball (to as near where it was before it was hit as possible) and he plays his from where it lies, and he shall receive a 2 shot penalty. 2. If your ball is on the green and your opponent is off the green and he hits yours, you replace your ball as near as possible to where you believe your ball was before he hit your ball. There is no penalty.
yes, as soon as the server hits the ball and it is in motion others players can move
the player who putted the ball receives a one shot penalty and the ball that was hit should be replaced as near as possible to the place it was struck.
Football: Rebounds are when football players shoot at the goal, hits the goal frame or keeper and come back out the goal. A player could then take the oppurtunity to shoot again. Netball: Rebounds are when netball players are shooting in the goal. If they miss and the ball misses the ring, they are allowed to catch the ball and have another shot. If the ball hits the ring and then the player catches the ball, then they are not immedietly allowed to shoot again.
Say player A's ball is sitting on the green, if player B's ball hit's A's ball and A goes in the hole, it must be replaced to the original position. If B's ball goes in, it is classed as holed. This scenario applies on if B hits from off the green. If he is on the green and hits A's ball he receives a two shot penalty.
It is called a plant
You would be given a two stroke penalty.
The club is treated an obstruction. The ball is played as is and the obstruction may be moved.
then the ball it the players hand on the swing silly and why would you want to know about that just go and do it and see what happens hoped that helped you alot.
Yes! As long as they dont move before the ball hits the rim.
For street baseball, 4 players is enough: one person for serving the ball, one with the batt, and the other two accompenying them (trying to catch the ball when the batt-guy hits the ball).
There are two teams each of two players. Each team hits the same ball, taking alternate shots.
cut the little green ball to hit the red ball that sits on the bottom. he gos in. then cut the top middle ball so that it lands in the launcher. launch him. he hits the red ball making it swing then hits the green ball and makes it go home. cut the big green ball so that it and the red ball goes home. cut the swinging red ball so that it lands to the right of the red vase. cut the gray ball to knock it in. -Truex 56
The player who's ball is farthest away from the green hits first, then move to the next players ball in order of distance to the green.BUT... Most courses encourage "ready play" (if you are ready, then hit the ball) in order to speed up play.
What happens is the ball deforms which then flattens then returns to its normal shape which then makes it bounce. As for what happens rules-wise when the ball hits the ground, not a lot. The ball is on the ground for a fair portion of the game, which can lead to heavy contact when players vie for control of the ball.
Friction occurs when the players feet rub against the ground and when the ball rubs against the dirt or grass. Friction also occurs when the ball hits your bat or when it hits your glove.
Yes if the ball stays on your teams side, it doesnt count if the ball hits the ceiling and then goes to the other side of the net
Scratch refers to potting the cue ball. But yes, it is a foul if the cue ball does not hit one of your object balls, hits one of your opponents object balls or hits the 8 ball.