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Rules of Golf
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A player may, at any time except when the ball is in a water hazard, declare his ball unplayable and seek relief. Under a penalty of one stroke, the player may
Play the ball or a substitute ball from the same spot as the previous stroke.
Lift and drop the ball or a substitute ball behind the spot of the previous lie and in line with the hole. If the ball is in a bunker, the ball must remain in the hazard.
Lift and drop the ball or a substitute ball within two clublengths of the previous lie and no nearer to the hole. If the ball is in a bunker, it must remain in the bunker.