If the batter hits the ball and their foot was out of the box at contact then the ball is immediately dead and the batter is out.
Step Outside was created in 1986.
A goal keeper may play anywhere on the field, just like their team-mates. The goal keeper may not handle the ball outside of their own penalty area.
A penalty kick is the method of restarting play when a defender commits a direct free kick offense within their own penalty area. There are 10 direct free kick offenses listed in the Laws of the Game. Play is stopped. The goalkeeper must be on the goal line, between the posts, and facing forward until the kick is taken. All non-kicking players must be outside of the penalty area, outside of the penalty arc, and behind the ball until the kick is taken. The ball is placed on the penalty mark. The whistle is blown. The kicking player may stutter step, but not stop, and must kick the ball once the plant foot is down. The kicking player may not touch the ball a second time until another player has touched it.
You have made the distinction between, in the hazard and outside of the hazard, because of course, you can not ground your club in a hazard. If you address the ball but step away and take a practice swing there is no problem. You only incur a penalty if you knock the ball with the club and it moves. Also, a stroke is only deemed to have taken place if you make a genuine attempt to hit the ball.
NO because outside of the universe has no landmass
Current referee directives say that a stutter step is okay. Stopping, backing up, and taking a fresh run is not. A lot will depend on the opinion of the referee.
step 1. GET A LIFE step 2.GET OUTSIDE step 3. DO SOME EXERCISE step 4. GET A JOB
the death penalty if its over ten dollars of damage
step outside and get higher
no not unless you step on one