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Answer: False. Definition of Equipment. Note: Any small object used to mark a ball is specifically excluded in the definition of equipment. 32 Alistair’s drive rebounds off a tree back to a position at rest within the same teeing ground. Alistair may re-tee his ball without penalty. True or False? Answer: False. Decision 18-2a/2. Note: Once Alistair has made a stroke at his ball it is in play and cannot be re-teed. 33 A player may remove a loose impediment lying out of bounds that interferes with his stance.
Note: If the player fails to correct his mistake before making a stroke on the next teeing ground or, in the case of the last hole of the round, fails to declare his intention to correct his mistake before leaving the putting green, he is disqualified. 135 A player may take free relief from interference by an out of bounds fence. True or False? Answer: False. Definition of Obstructions and Out of Bounds. Note: Objects defining out of bounds, such as walls, fences, stakes and railings are considered fixed and therefore are not obstructions, so there is no relief.
Rule 24-2a. Note: Intervention on a line of play by an immovable obstruction is not interference within the Rules, other than on the putting green. 134 In stroke play, the penalty for playing a wrong ball is two strokes and the competitor must correct the error. True or False? Answer: True. Rule 15-3b. Note: If the player fails to correct his mistake before making a stroke on the next teeing ground or, in the case of the last hole of the round, fails to declare his intention to correct his mistake before leaving the putting green, he is disqualified.