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What are the options for an unplayable lie.
rogil7252 - Adjustments cannot be made during the stipulated round unless the setting became loose during the normal course of play in which the player can adjust back to the setting in which it was at the start of the stipulated round.
With today’s drivers most have adjustable features. My question is, while playing a round is it permitted to make adjustments during the round?
Stan Gibb - No! You do not need to replace the loose impediment.
When replacing your ball do you have to put the loose impediment back as well as seen in the video?
Here’s the question..He moved the stick and caused the ball to move..One stroke penalty. He replaced the ball to original position and the offending stick. Why did he replace the stick that caused the ball to move?
Left out one other option that might be in play here. If the offending sticks and branches are left for later removal, you get relief and a drop from that….no worries about the loose impediments.
thanks for posting this video. Always had this question.