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wrong ball hit in bunker, what happens?
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David Rickman, The R&A’s Director of Rules and Equipment Standards I often use the old ‘painting the Forth Railway Bridge’ analogy when asked to describe the process involved in reviewing the Rules of Golf. From the moment we launched the last edition of the Rules in October 2008, work began on the new Rules of Golf for 2012-15. The first task is to return to any deferred items and the set of perennial Rules questions that are always worthy of re-examination. For example, the rules governing flooded bunkers (if you are unable to drop the ball in a dry part of the hazard and decide that the shallowest part, not nearer the hole, is an unattractive option, a one-stroke penalty drop out of the bunker must be taken) have been looked at time and again. It is a rule that I appreciate many feel is unfair, however, we are yet to find a better answer than the rules we have at present. Do you allow a player to drop in the nearest alternative bunker, which could be hundreds of yards away? A free drop seems overly generous and patently unfair on fellow-competitor or an opponent who has skilfully avoided the hazard.
Whether taking relief or an event like the above, the rule of ‘dropping’ a ball in a bunker is one of the worst in golf in my opinion. Plugs every time – great relief.
it should be looked at
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