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Tree should have been staked
Posted 04 November 2012 - 09:52 PM
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Posted 11 November 2012 - 05:14 PM
I agree with you about it being a poor method of identifying trees needing protection, but the two clublength scenario you present could be applied to several situations already permitted by the rules. If a player takes relief from an unplayable lie, two long putter lengths might be enough to give a player total relief from the situation, whereas a player measuring clublengths with their driver might still face some impediments. In almost every scenario requiring a player using a club to determine a dropping point, a player with a longer club in the bag receives a potential advantage. I've always thought that fixed distances should apply to dropping procedures, but not sure how they could be consistently measured.
2cl height is a poor way of identifying trees needing protection.
There are many trees and bushes under that height well able to stand any rough treatment. Would you say a 5 + year old gorse plantation needs protection?
Anyway, would a player with a long putter get relief when one without would not?
If stakes may disappear, then coloured labels or tape should be applied in addition.
Posted 11 November 2012 - 07:53 PM
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