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 When a ball lies in a hazard you have addressed the ball as soon as you have taken your stance- because you are not permitted to ground your club in a bunker.

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Golf is a fascinating game. It has taken me nearly 40 years to discover that I can't play it. TED RAY

 

Rule Focus:

Rakes in Bunkers

Rakes are movable obstructions, so if a ball comes to rest against a rake the player may remove the rake without penalty, even if they move their ball while doing so. If the ball is moved it must be replaced and if it will not come to rest on the spot where it originally lay, it must be placed at the nearest spot, not nearer the hole, where it can be placed at rest (Rule 20-3d(ii).

Golf Australia, in their Administration manual for preparation of bunkers for elite competition, requires rakes be placed outside of bunkers.

How do you place the rake and why?

Bunker Rake

One preferred placement.

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