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20-3a/3 Whether Ball Must Be Replaced If Other Rule Applies

If a Rule requires a ball at rest that was moved to be replaced (e.g., Rule 18-2a), must the player replace the ball if he wishes to proceed under another Rule that involves dropping or placing the ball in another place (e.g., Rule 24-2)?

No. If a player is proceeding under a Rule that requires him to replace the ball but another Rule applies, he may proceed directly under the other Rule. The ruling would be the same even if the original spot were not known, in which case the estimated position of the ball would be the reference point for proceeding under the other Rule.

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Today in Golf History

golf-history 1872 Birthday of Donald Ross

Nov 23

golf course architect,Donald Ross was born and raised in Dornoch, Scotland before immigrating to America in 1899. Ross was a fine player, finishing fifth in the 1903 U.S. Open, but made his largest contribution to golf in architecture. Ross designed nearly 400 courses in his lifetime, including East Lake, Oak Hill, Oakland Hills, Pinehurst No. 2, Plainfield and Seminole.

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