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It’s that time of year when the leaves change color and after their gorgeous display they all come tumbling down - this creates some interesting situations when a ball is believed to be buried in a pile of leaves - let’s take a look at what to do when your ball is buried in leaves in a bunker.


In stroke play, a player thinks that his yellow ball is in a bunker, which is partly covered with leaves.

Question 1:
In searching for his ball may the player probe the leaves with ...
a) ... his hands?
b) ... His club?
c) ... a rake?


Question 2:
After finding a ball in the leaves in the bunker, if the player cannot identify it as his, may he mark its position and lift it?

Question 3:
Having found his yellow ball surrounded by leaves in a bunker may the player touch those leaves ...
a)    ... with his club while preparing to make his stroke?
b)    ... in taking a practice swing?

c)    ... on the back swing of his stroke?

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Morgan Goldstein posted the first ever perfect score Sunday in the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship at Augusta National Golf Club.

Goldstein, 13, an eighth-grader from Las Vegas, became the first participant to win all three disciplines as she claimed the title in the Girls 12-13 division. Her two drives were measured at 233.4 and 243 yards. She holed her first 16-yard chip, and the second finished 4 feet, 1 inch from the cup. She also holed the second of her two putts – from 15 feet – to win comfortably. On the longer 30-foot putt, she finished 2 feet, 10 inches


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