Ball at Rest Moved

Gregg, Ryan
July 2011
NCGA Golf;Summer2011, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p66
The article discusses the rule of a ball moving in playing golf. It mentions that knowing what to do when the ball has moved save the golfer strokes and can save money as well. It states that the golfer is penalized one stroke if the golfer drops the putter that causes the ball to move while there is no penalty if the player removes a movable obstruction. Also the player is not penalized if the ball at rest is move by another ball, lifted, and measured.


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