SCGA Rules Crew: The Concession

The Rules Crew breaks down Rule 2-4 in this video segment.


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el Keitho

Handicap Index: 25.8
Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Been there, seen that.

evmind

Handicap Index: 30.3
Monday, May 04, 2015

A lot of people I play with don’t realize that this only applies to match play.

rlkennedy

Handicap Index: 30.7
Monday, May 04, 2015

That put would not have been a gimmie in our group

ttiel

Handicap Index: +0.3
Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Just tap it in.

scga_staff

Handicap Index: 6.9
Wednesday, April 29, 2015

bogeyfogey:

Situation #1-

The creek would be marked as a water hazard, therefore if he were to proceed under Rule 26 he would incur a one stroke penalty.  They would proceed under the prescribed relief options under 26-1 (Relief for ball in hazard) at the point where it last crossed the margin of the hazard. You can also play the ball as it lies without penalty as long as abiding by Rule 13-4.

Situation #2-

You can stop the ball and remove it from the creek at any time if you are proceeding under rule 26-1 (Relief for ball in hazard). If you want to play the ball as it lies you would have to proceed under 14-6.

14-6. Ball Moving in Water

When a ball is moving in water in a water hazard, the player may, without penalty, make a stroke, but he must not delay making his stroke in order to allow the wind or current to improve the position of the ball. A ball moving in water in a water hazard may be lifted if the player elects to invoke Rule 26.

bogeyfogey

Handicap Index: 22.9
Wednesday, April 29, 2015

rules question
situation #1 - ball rolls into culvert or creek, moving water carries ball toward green and stops.
What is proper procedure? free drop where it entered, or where it stopped. Man made culvert free drop, creek considered water hazard one stroke penalty

Situation #2 - same as above except ball does not show signs of stopping.
What is proper procedure? stop the ball, or let if continue and stop it before if reaches the green, or passes the limits of the fairway, or before it goes into a pond or other water hazard.

LukeLehm@gmail.com

Handicap Index: NH
Saturday, April 25, 2015

that’s a gimmee

Issac

Handicap Index: NH
Monday, April 13, 2015

conceding putts can be an important part of match play.

Dan Bennett

Handicap Index: 11.0
Thursday, April 09, 2015

This happens all time in team play.

cknowles08

Handicap Index: 14.1
Thursday, April 09, 2015

I have a golf buddy who pulls this kind of thing all the time.  Keep in mind we typically play one dollar, that’s 100 cents, per hole!