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What is "Casual Water" and how do you take relief?

What is “Casual Water” and how do you take relief?

What is “Casual Water,” and how do you take relief?

Golf Chats is a website to encourage discussions on various subjects relating to the game of golf. I am Mel Sole, Director of Instruction of the Mel Sole Golf School and SAPGA Master Professional.  I invite you to enter into a discussion on this or any article on the golfchats.com website.  The input is for the entire subscriber base to learn something new each time!  Please post your comments below.  Keep it clean and tasteful.  We are here to learn from one another!

I was recently giving a playing lesson.  And as most of you know, we have had a lot of rain in South Carolina recently.  My ball landed in a puddle, and I walked up and moved it to a dry spot.  My student questioned my ethics and said it did not seem fair that I was entitled to move my ball from soggy ground, which was a more difficult shot to dry ground.  Making the shot a whole lot easier.  I  had to explain “Casual Water Rule.” And this is what prompted me to repost this great article by Le Ann Finger’s writing for the  EWGA (Executive Women’s Golf Association) So; for those of you unfamiliar with the term “casual water’ read on so you know what to do in the future!

You could encounter three types of water while playing golf – direct water hazards, lateral water hazards, and casual water. 

If you play golf in an area of the country that is subject to heavy rainfall (or even rain from tropical storms/hurricanes) you may encounter casual water on the golf course.

What is "Casual Water" and how do you take relief?

A bunker filled with water is deemed to be “casual water.”

So how do you determine what is casual water?  The USGA Rule of Golf states, “Casual water is any temporary accumulation of water on the course that is not in a water hazard and is visible before or after the player takes his/her stance.”  It’s important to note that snow and natural ice are either casual water or loose impediments at the option of the player.  (Note:  Dew and frost are NOT considered casual water and manufactured ice is an obstruction.)

Casual water may be the temporary puddling of water in low spots on the golf course or putting green.

Water that hasn’t drained properly from a recent heavy rainfall, or perhaps a broken sprinkler head from the course irrigation system.

Casual water must be identifiable before or after you take your stance.  You may hear or feel soggy or mushy ground when you walk to your ball.  But that itself is not casual water.  There must be visible water above ground.  However, once you take your stance and in doing so causes water to come up from the ground around your shoes, that is casual water.

Once you have water on your shoes, how do you proceed? 

Under Rule 25, you can consider casual water as abnormal ground conditions.  And if you feel your ball is in casual water or the water interferes with your stance, you may take relief in one of the following manners.

1) Through the Green – (this is anywhere on the course except a hazard, tee or green).  You may lift and drop the ball within one club-length of the casual water, not nearer to the hole and without a penalty.

To see how to take relief from bunkers, putting green or teeing ground, go here!

Source: Le Ann Finger  EWGA

Pictures: EWGA   John Haslam

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Is 'One Ball Rule' on PGA and LPGA Tour Stupid or What?

Is ‘One Ball Rule’ on PGA and LPGA Tour Stupid or What?

Is ‘One Ball Rule’ on PGA and LPGA Tour Stupid or What?

Golf Chats is a website to encourage discussions on various subjects relating to the game of golf. I am Mel Sole, Director of Instruction of the Mel Sole Golf School and SAPGA Master Professional.  I invite you to enter into a discussion on this or any article on the golfchats.com website.  The input is for the entire subscriber base to learn something new each time!  Please post your comments below.  Keep it clean and tasteful.  We are here to learn from one another!

In the now-famous penalty(s) incurred by Phil Mickelson at the Presidents Cup. 

We learned that players cannot switch out one brand of ball for another, during a round.

Is 'One Ball Rule' on PGA and LPGA Tour Stupid or What?

Three different models of Titleist golf balls. Currently, in competition, you have to choose one and stick with that brand and model for the entire round.

I don’t know why this one ball rule is in effect when players are allowed to carry a mixed bag of golf clubs. Some players use one brand of driver and fairway woods, yet carry a different manufacturer’s irons. Obviously, they feel that there is some advantage in using different clubs for different parts of the game. Why can’t you do that with the ball?

I remember in the Master’s Tournament Phil Mickelson carried two drivers.  

One to hit the ball from right to left and one from left to right.  How is that different from using one ball that flies higher downwind and one that travels lower into the wind?

I remember back in the days when you were allowed to use different balls and playing at Humewood Golf Club in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, where I was the head golf professional.  Titleist made a Pro Traj” ball that flew higher and a Low Traj” that flew lower.  It was fun to switch balls on the tee when I was playing into the wind, and see that ball bore through the wind!

If the purpose of the USGA is to make golf enjoyable for all golfers, this is one way to achieve that end! Get rid of this rule!

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This is a Rule of Golf everyone should know - but most don't!

This is a Rule of Golf everyone should know – but most don’t!

This is a Rule of Golf everyone should know – but most don’t!

Golf Chats is a website to encourage discussions on various subjects relating to the game of golf. I am Mel Sole, Director of Instruction of the Mel Sole Golf School and SAPGA Master Professional.  I invite you to enter into a discussion on this or any article on the golfchats.com website.  The input is for the entire subscriber base to learn something new each time!  Please post your comments below.  Keep it clean and tasteful.  We are here to learn from one another!

A situation that occurs quite often during a round is the ball coming to rest on the cart path.

And most of the amateurs I play with have no idea what the correct ruling is.  Because of human nature, they automatically drop the ball on the side with the nicest grass or the best view of the flagstick.  This is not correct.  In this video, Brent McLaughlin, Director Rules, Competitions and Amateur Status of the RCGA, explains the correct golf rule that covers this and the correct procedure with help from his assistant Allison.

 

Source: Golf Canada

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10 Most Ignored Golf Etiquette Rules – #8 is most annoying!

10 Most Ignored Golf Etiquette Rules – #8 is most annoying!
 
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If these unspoken rules of golf are adhered to, you will enjoy your round.

Unfortunately, sometimes you are paired with a less-than-courteous player who commits one or more of the following sins, and it’s a royal pain.

Everyone is familiar with the etiquette regarding not talking while someone is playing a shot, not throwing clubs, and swearing profusely. But there are seven more points of good behavior that need to be followed to make the game enjoyable for all.

#8, #4, and #1 are particularly aggravating to me!

I’ve been playing golf for over 20 years and am quite comfortable with the fact that I stink. And to be honest, I’m quite comfortable in the fact that most people I’m paired-up with also stink. I’ve always said: “You don’t have to be good at golf to love it or play it.” However, golf etiquette is another story completely and quite necessary on the golf course.

Anybody who was taught to play this game the right way knows what I’m talking about – those unspoken rules of golf that show respect to your fellow players. You know; do not step in someone’s line; don’t put your bag on the green; no talking while someone is swinging; etc.

The aforementioned rules are classic and well-known. But there are other, less obvious etiquette laws that golfers ignore all the time. Below are 10 discourteous acts that many uncultivated types employ on a regular basis:

10) Hitting on the Cart Girl.

10 Most Ignored Golf Etiquette Rules - #8 is most annoying!
This has got to be the worst come-on ever. It’s right up there with hitting on the waitress. Look, everybody knows the MOFOBETE will probably be hot – that’s why she got the job in the first place. But we men inevitably regress into gawking Cro-Magnon’s and can’t help but treat these girls like they’re dancing on a pole instead of serving us a beer.

10 Most Ignored Golf Etiquette Rules – #8 is most annoying!

9) Throwing your Clubs

10 Most Ignored Golf Etiquette Rules - #8 is most annoying!
I actually polled people about this in a post I wrote last year. Sure, it might be funny for the first time or two someone follows-up a wretched shot with a toss of the old club. But if that same person is constantly flinging the war sticks across the fairway, it can get annoying fast. You’ve heard the saying “there’s no crying in baseball?” Well, there should be no temper-tantrums in golf.

8) Golf Etiquette: Talking on your Cell Phone

10 Most Ignored Golf Etiquette Rules - #8 is most annoying!
There’s actually an entire site dedicated to cell phone behavior. In golf, unless you’re waiting at the turn, there’s no reason to be chatting-away while walking up the fairway. And I guarantee the conversation won’t end just because it’s someone’s turn to hit – nope…you’ll just talk softer (but not soft enough) and inevitably will end the call by saying “OK, Bye” really loudly. How about keeping the phone in your bag and on mute during the round?

7) Texting During Someone’s Swing

10 Most Ignored Golf Etiquette Rules - #8 is most annoying!

Low-angle footage of male golf player texting on his phone before teeing off

I know you think you’re being discreet by texting instead of talking, but I can still see your stupid fingers going a mile a minute in my peripheral vision. Isn’t golf hard enough without multitasking? There’s no reason to: Tweet about every shot; upload course pics to your Facebook page; or checkin at the 5th hole on Foursquare. Please note the last sentence of #8.

6) Swearing Profusely…at Yourself


It’s totally cool if you want to call yourself an “asshole” after a poor shot. I get it – you’re frustrated and you needed to express yourself – completely understandable. But don’t go running away with it. There’s absolutely no reason to carry on verbally abusing yourself over a slice you’ve had since the 10th grade. I mean, where is your self respect? Really, it’s embarrassing – for both you and your foursome.

To see the other 5 golf etiquette rules, go here!

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Arnold Palmer's 10 Rules for Golf Etiquette - #4 is Important!

Arnold Palmer’s 10 Rules for Golf Etiquette – #4 is Important!

Arnold Palmer’s 10 Rules for Golf Etiquette – #4 is Important!

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Knowing the rules of golf is Important if you are going to play this game competitively.  

However, just to play golf, even recreationally, you need to know proper golf etiquette!  One of the finest and most honorable gentlemen in the game, Mr. Arnold Palmer, gives us his 10 most valuable tips on good golf etiquette.  Thanks to Golf Digest for this great article!

I. DON’T BE THE SLOWEST PLAYER.

In my casual games at Bay Hill, we get around in under four hours — and that’s in fivesomes. Evaluate your pace of play honestly and often, and if you’re consistently the slowest one in your group, you’re a slow player, period. Encourage everyone to move quickly enough so you find yourself right behind the group in front several times, both early and late in the round.

Remember the old staples of getting around in good time: Play “ready golf” (hit when ready, even if you aren’t away) until you reach the green, be prepared to play when it’s your turn on the tee and green, and never search for a lost ball for more than five minutes.

II. KEEP YOUR TEMPER UNDER CONTROL.

In the final of the Western Pennsylvania Junior when I was 17, I let my putter fly over the gallery after missing a short putt. I won the match, but when I got in the car with my parents for the ride home, there were no congratulations, just dead silence. Eventually my father said, “If I ever see you throw a club again, you will never play in another golf tournament.” That wake-up call stayed with me. I haven’t thrown a club since.

Throwing clubs, sulking and barking profanity make everyone uneasy. We all have our moments of frustration, but the trick is to vent in an inoffensive way. For example, I often follow a bad hole by hitting the next tee shot a little harder — for better or worse.

Arnold Palmer’s 10 Rules for Golf Etiquette – #4 is Important!

III. RESPECT OTHER PEOPLE’S TIME.

Because time is our most valuable commodity, there are few good reasons for breaking a golf date. Deciding last-minute to clean the garage on Saturday, or getting a call that the auto-repair shop can move up your appointment by a day, just doesn’t cut it.

Always make your tee times, and show up for your lesson with the pro a little early. Social functions are no exception.

IV. REPAIR THE GROUND YOU PLAY ON.

I have a penknife that’s my pet tool for fixing ball marks, but a tee or one of those two-pronged devices is fine. As for divots, replace them or use the seed mix packed on the side of your cart.

Rake bunkers like you mean it. Ever notice that the worse the bunker shot, the poorer the job a guy does raking the sand? Make the area nice and smooth — don’t leave deep furrows from the rake. Before you exit the bunker, ask yourself, Would I be upset if I had to play from that spot?

V. BE A SILENT PARTNER.

During one of my last tour events as a player, I noticed another pro making practice swings in my field of vision as I was getting ready to hit a shot. I stopped, walked over and reminded him (maybe too sternly) that it was my turn to play. The point is, stand still from the time a player sets himself until the ball has left the club.

Even with the advent of spikeless shoes, the etiquette rule of never walking in someone’s line of play on the putting green is an absolute. The area around the hole in particular is sacred ground. The first thing to note when you walk onto a green is the location of every ball in your group, then steer clear of their lines to the hole.

Know where to stand and when to keep quiet. Position yourself directly across or at a diagonal from a player setting up. Never stand on the line of play, either beyond the hole or directly behind the ball. When a player is about to hit a shot, think of the fairway as a cathedral, the green a library.

To see the other 5 rules of golf etiquette by Arnold Palmer, go here!

Source: Golf Digest

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Most Misunderstood rules in golf – Do you do this?

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The most misunderstood rules in golf relate to:

1. How to proceed after hitting a ball that may be out of bounds.

2. Not being clear on what “Nearest point of relief” means.

3. The correct drop procedure for an unplayable lie.”

These three rules are basic rules 101, and every golfer should know them.  Check them out as Jeremy Ellwood explains via Golf Monthly what the correct procedures are for all 3!

Source: Jeremy Ellwood   Golf Monthly

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Welcome to the second in a new series that will help clarify some of the more misunderstood rules in golf.

Water Hazards is a topic I frequently consult with my students.  Remember, the Rules of Golf are there to help you!  Knowing the rules has saved me countless shots over the years.  In this video series, Padraig Harrington explains the difference between a “Water Hazard” and a “Lateral Water Hazard.”

See Rule 26 in the Official Rules of Golf for further info.

Pádraig Harrington talks you through the different Rules of Golf that come into play at water hazards. Every Rule and every Decision can be found in the new ‘Decision on the Rules of Golf’ app, available here: http://bit.ly/Oduzy9
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Playing Golf with a Cheater - What do you do now?

3 Ways People Accidentally Cheat at Golf – #1 is Common!

3 Ways People Accidentally Cheat at Golf – #1 is Common!

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I am certainly guilty of #1.  

Especially as I have gotten older, I sometimes forget that I had to chip out before I hit the green and announce I got a 4, only to be corrected by my playing partner.  A little embarrassing!  I think 99% of golfers are honest, and when they make an error in scoring, it is accidental. I have been playing golf for over 50 years, and I can count the number of golfers who cheat intentionally on the one hand.  That is why I love this game!

3 Ways People Accidentally Cheat at Golf - #1 is Common!

You have cheated on the course. Don’t even try to tell me you haven’t. You know you have.

Here at Golfer’s Jewel, we don’t think recreational golfers need to play by the rules. If you’re out by yourself or 3 of your buddies, just trying to have some fun, and don’t want to get bogged down by the rule book, then that’s not a problem. But if you claim that you’re playing by the rules, and you don’t stick to it, then you’re cheating.

Listed below are some classic ways people cheat at golf. Honest and trustworthy golfers, keep reading please.

1. Alzheimer’s

Most of you have probably done this during a bad round. If you’re the one keeping score and have a bad hole, you intentionally forget to write anything down for a couple of holes. By the time you announce your carelessness, your buddies have probably forgotten about that shot, but remember their scores from those holes. Since nobody remembers your score, you write 4 when you actually had a 5.

To see the other 2 “Accidental Cheats,” go here!

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Do you Cheat on the Golf Course Without even Knowing it?

Do you Cheat on the Golf Course Without even Knowing it?

Do you Cheat on the Golf Course Without even Knowing it?

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There are many golfers who cheat on the golf course inadvertently.  

However, ignorance of the rules is not an excuse in any situation, so Sandy Jamieson of jamogolffun discusses a common breach of rules that he and I both find highly annoying.  People who give unsolicited advice!  Wanna be golf instructors who make your life miserable on the course.  Now you have a way to stop them in their tracks!

It is far easier to learn when we are having fun so lets put some enjoyment into learning the game of golf, and have a laugh along the way. Let Sandy Jamieson show you how.

Source: Jamogolffun

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Are you a new golfer - 10 etiquette rules you need to know!

Are you a new golfer – 10 etiquette rules you need to know!

Are you a new golfer – 10 etiquette rules you need to know!

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Golf etiquette is important if you want to play any golf.

You don’t have to be the best golfer in the world, but if you’re respectable about it, golfers will welcome you with open arms.

Here are 10 reminders for sticking to good golf etiquette. Thanks to OnlineGolf for sharing!

Spread the word. Teach your golfing pals. Let’s make this game the best it can be.

Are you a new golfer - 10 etiquette rules you need to know!

 

For all of the information on Golf Etiquette, as well as plenty of other golf fun, be sure to check out OnlineGolf’s blog.

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