A hazzard in Golf refers to any man made, or natural structure specifically positioned in a way that may stress the golfer's game, and cause them to add strokes. Some of the most common hazards are sand traps, and ponds. Sand is much more difficult to hit from so golfers tend to play their balls as far away from these as possible. It is impossible to hit a ball from the water, therefore when a golfer does, he or she is required to take a drop ball which results in an added stroke. Both of these are hazzards to the golfer because the pose the threat of adding strokes, and hurting the golfers score.
Water hazard - yellow stakes, lateral hazard - red stakes and bunkers.
Trap or hazard
Hazard is the area of sand or water between the tee and the hole.
a bunker or a hazard.
The red boundary post indicate a lateral water hazard in golf.
A bunker or sand trap
This marks the boundary of a water hazard.
Ask Dustin Johnson
you can go play it. It is in a hazard tho and hazard rules apply
Yes, you are allowed to pull these out of the ground. But you can not pull OB stakes out of the ground.
Red stakes indicate a lateral water hazard.