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The above rules assume you find your ball, if you can't find it, you must use the fourth option.
There are three options for continuing play when your ball gets stuck in a tree: play the ball as it lies; declare the ball unplayable; or take a lost ball. Most people declare the ball unplayable. Under rule 28 - If the player deems the ball unplayable, he must,under penalty of one stroke, play the ball as nearly as possible at the spot the original ball from which the original ball was last played or (2) drop a ball behind the point where the ball lay.
get yourself unstuck from the tree, and hit the ball on the green.. get yourself unstuck from the tree, and hit the ball on the green..
As long as you or your playing partners have seen the animal (or bird) remove the ball it may be replaced at the best estimate of where it was taken from with no penalty.
nope. if the ball was stuck in a tree it would be called a dead ball.
His golf ball hasn't hit a tree lately!!
Both do. A golf ball can bounce quite a ways if struck hard and hits a hard object , like a tree.
In 1956 he proposed it be cut down, the name has stuck since then.
Golf tees are usually made of wood or plastic and are used to hold the golf ball stationary before the first shot is made. 3000 golf tees can be made from 1 tree trunk.
During the 1981 Benson and Hedges International, Langer hit his second shot into a tree by the 17th green. Famously, Langer climbed the tree and played his third shot, knocking the ball onto the green. Langer missed his putt for par and went on to finish second in the tournament.
I heard you can microwave them, though this might be for "wound" golf balls which aren't that common anymore. Land your drive on a cart path, hit a tree.... it will cost you strokes on the green. OR you could just play it for 20 years and see if it can stand up to the beating.
An emu apple is an Australian native tree that bears golf-ball sized fruit. Its scientific name is Oweniaacidula.
Well the golf ball can sometimes feel like it came from out space considering the odd things it does...at least when i sometimes play. But the first golf balls in the game of golf as we know it were first fashioned from wood as were the clubs in Scotland as far back as the 1500's. This progressed to a featherie type ball around 1618 made of goose feathers tightly packed into a sphere from a horse or cow hide when wet...so when this dried the ball became hard. Over the years the ball progressed.... >1848 - Guttie or Gutta percha ball: Made from rubber like sap of the gutter tree found in the tropics >1898 - Coburn Haskell ball: One piece ball with a rubber core >1905 - The dimples were applied to the golf ball: The hasken ball had dimples applied to them by William Taylor >1972 - The Two peice ball: Spalding first introduced the two piece ball ....and even today golf ball design is always changing and progressing!
The avocado has a very hard round seed nearly the size of a golf ball in the centre of each fruit.
Yes, it is. If the ball hits the player at anytime there is a two shot penalty, and the ball must be played as it lies.
A ladder could be used during the game of golf to climb a tree or a structure in order to get the ball which has landed there. Another reason for this particular use is to form a ladder golf game which is also called Fingy Pongy.