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Water Hazard - Definition from the Rules of Golf
This is the official definition of "water hazard" as it appears in the Official Rules of Golf.
What Is a Water Hazard in Golf? - About.com
On a golf course, a "water hazard" is a pond, lake, river, stream, sea, bay, ocean or any other open water on the course, including ditches and drainage ditches.
Lateral Water Hazard - Golf - About.com
This water left of the 18th fairway at TPC Sawgrass is a lateral water hazard, running perpendicular to the line of play off the tee. Ross Kinnaird / Getty Images.
Rules of Golf - Rule 26: Water Hazards
In the absence of knowledge or virtual certainty that a ball struck toward a water hazard, but not found, is in the hazard, the player must proceed under Rule 27-1.
Lateral Water Hazard - Definition from the Rules of Golf
This is the official definition of "lateral water hazard" as it appears in the Official Rules of Golf.
Water Hazards (Meet the Golf Course) - About.com
Meet the golf course: Say hello to water hazards and lateral water hazards, common sites for golfers.
Dropping Behind a Water Hazard - What Does Keeping the Point ...
When a ball goes into a water hazard, a golfer can drop behind the hazard so long as he keeps the point where the ball crossed the hazard between the spot ...
What Do Red Stakes or Red Lines Mean on a Golf Course?
Answer: Red stakes and red lines on a golf course indicate a lateral water hazard . A lateral water hazard is differentiated from a "standard" water hazard by the ...
Line and Stake Color Meanings on Golf Courses - About.com
Most of the time, yes, but sometimes a part of the golf course - say, a seasonal creek, or a ditch - might be designated a water hazard even though there is rarely ...
Water Hazards at Oak Tree Golf Club - About.com
This photo shows one of the many water hazards around the golf course at Oak Tree Golf Club.