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More people need to follow this.
Never knew the 5 minute rule. This will help with some our our crew!
and the penalty is…2
STUPID! STUPID!STUPID! YOU MAY WANT TO STICK TO GOLF AND LET THE REAL RULES CREW DO THE VIDEOS.
Dumb, really dumb!
Domb, really dumb!
I already knew that rule.
golfbum777 - A player is entitled to play a provisional ball if they think it may be lost outside of a water hazard. If the player looks for 5 minutes and the original ball is not found, the player must proceed with the provisional ball at that point.
A player is not entitled to play a provisional after searching for 5 minutes for the original ball. A provisional ball can only be played before a player, his partner or either of their caddies have begun to search for it.
But does not answer an important question. Before looking can you take a provisional and then after looking 5 minutes then play the provisional rather than waiting 5 minutes and declaring your ball lost before you hit a provisional.