More Unplayable Ball Rules: Bunkers and Line of Flight

Duration: 4:11

In this video, Mark Wilson discusses some unique situations where Rule 28 could come into play. When incorporating the Unplayable Ball rule for a ball that lands in the bunker, there are limited options that can be utilized. In addition, when faced with a situation where you do not have viable options for taking a drop within two club lengths of the ball, there also are limited options that will most often require the player to accept a penalty stroke and go back to the previous spot and hit again. It’s a common mistake in an unplayable ball situation to believe you may place your ball in play along the so called “line of flight” your ball took. It’s important to know these rules and understand how they could in fact help you when playing against an opponent.

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