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quincy wrote:Doug's diagram explains the situation before , in 2000, the condition was added that the ball must be dropped not nearer the hole than the NPR.
Johanna wrote:Hi Ron and Patrick,
Point Y in Dec. 25-1b/11.5 IS relevant (albeit in a straight rather than a curved line) if the player first wishes to take relief from the casual water i.e. from X to A and then relief from GUR from A to Y.
patkin99 wrote:And just to bug Andrew then, and to get the last word, Point Y in the diagram of decision 25-1b/11.5 are and will alway be irrelevant, when taking relief as though they were one big interference;
Colin L wrote:But I was mainly bothered by Pat's saying that "Point Y in the diagram of decision 25-1b/11.5 are and will alway be irrelevant, when taking relief as though they were one big interference" because my understanding was and this seems to be confirmed by that Decision, you must take relief sequentially for each AGC. I'd appreciate help with this.
Colin L wrote: but as a learner I have taken these drawings in the Decisions to be stylised illustrative sketches rather than precise scale drawings. How many of you guys with officiating experience and how many of us in our playing experience have ever come across GUR that is exactly rectangular in shape and set at exactly right angles to the line of play? As RD says, you judge by eye on the ground, don't you, without the benefit (or distraction) of diagrams?
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