If you are on the green putting, and your ball strikes the pin in the hole or the ball is holed you receive a two shot penalty (Stroke play) and you play the ball as it lies. Or loss of hole in matchplay.
If you are off the green, nothing, and play the ball as it lies. If you are on the green it is a two shot penalty and you must play the ball as it lies. So if you are on the green, and putt with the pin in, and it goes in the ball is deemed holed, but there is a two shot penalty.
In golf? No penalty.
Take it out of the hole and take a one shot penalty and place the ball no closer to the pin and in line with the hole.
yes if it on the green
If you drop the ball when you're playing golf in the water you get a penalty
2 shot penalty, but only if you ask for it.
It will at some point rest against the pin! Regardless of that, if you putt with the pin in, and the ball is holed, you receive a two shot penalty. The scenario set out in the question means nothing.
Yes, there is a two shot penalty for giving or asking for advice during a round of golf. This includes things such as what shot to hit, or what club to hit, and telling your playing partner the read on the green. The only exceptions are telling where the pin is, or telling how the wind is blowing. You can also give advice to your playing partner if you are in a team competition together.
If you are on the green, and you are putting, if the pin is in the hole and you strike it with the ball, you receive a two shot penalty in stroke play or loss of hole in matchplay. You must also play the ball as it lies, so if the ball is holed, it is counted as holed (don't forget the penalty) If the pin is set at the side of the green and you hit it, the penalty is still the same.
Ive heard from other people that if you tape the area you are gonna poke with the pin, that when removing the pin, it should not pop.
erm try see who gets closest to the hole lol