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Red stakes indicate a lateral water hazard.
Yellow is a water hazard. Red is a lateral hazard. White is out of bounds. The rules indicate how each of these should be dealt with.
Water hazard - yellow stakes, lateral hazard - red stakes and bunkers.
It is the shortened term for out of bounds.
a 2 on a par 5
Trap or hazard
One over par on a given golf hole.
a bunker or a hazard.
Lay up" is a term that refers to a golfer choosing to hit a shot shorter than he is capable of in order to avoid a hazard or to position the golf ball in a certain spot on the hole. Also known as lay up shot.
The red boundary post indicate a lateral water hazard in golf.
It is the total number of golf club strokes, that a specific course was designed to be played in for 18 holes.
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.
A bunker or sand trap
This marks the boundary of a water hazard.
Bogey means one over par on a given hole.
one under par for that hole is par 4 and you get 3
Eagle means 2 under par for a particular hole.
A Hazard is something with the potential to cause harm or loss.
the term "housel" refers to golf. A housel is part of a golf club.
Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) assists in implementing long-term hazard mitigation measures following a major disaster.
Because usually when you take a risk, the risk is something hazardous or something that can cause you harm.