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Hazard - Definition of Golf Course Hazards - About.com
Many golfers use "hazard" to mean anything on a golf course that is hazardous to one's score. Thick rough might be called a hazard, a tall tree in the middle of a ...
http://golf.about.com/od/golfterms/g/Hazard.htm
Hazards - Definition from the Rules of Golf
This is the official definition of "hazards" as it appears in the Official Rules of Golf.
http://golf.about.com/cs/rulesofgolf/g/rules_hazards.htm
What Is a Water Hazard in Golf? - About.com
On a golf course, a "water hazard" is a pond, lake, river, stream, sea, bay, ocean or any other open water on the course, including ditches and drainage ditches.
http://golf.about.com/cs/golfterms/g/bldef_waterhaz.htm
Rules of Golf - Rule 26: Water Hazards
In the absence of knowledge or virtual certainty that a ball struck toward a water hazard, but not found, is in the hazard, the player must proceed under Rule 27-1.
http://golf.about.com/cs/rulesofgolf/a/rule26.htm
Lateral Water Hazard - Golf - About.com
This water left of the 18th fairway at TPC Sawgrass is a lateral water hazard, running perpendicular to the line of play off the tee. Ross Kinnaird / Getty Images.
http://golf.about.com/cs/golfterms/g/bldef_lateral.htm
Lateral Water Hazard - Definition from the Rules of Golf
This is the official definition of "lateral water hazard" as it appears in the Official Rules of Golf.
http://golf.about.com/cs/rulesofgolf/g/rules_lateralwa.htm
Water Hazards (Meet the Golf Course) - About.com
Meet the golf course: Say hello to water hazards and lateral water hazards, common sites for golfers.
http://golf.about.com/od/beginners/ss/golf-course_8.htm
What Do Red Stakes or Red Lines Mean on a Golf Course?
Answer: Red stakes and red lines on a golf course indicate a lateral water hazard . A lateral water hazard is differentiated from a "standard" water hazard by the ...
http://golf.about.com/od/rulesofgolf/f/rfaq_red.htm
What Do Yellow Stakes and Lines Mean on a Golf Course?
(Lateral water hazards are marked by red stakes/lines.) Why are indicators needed for a water hazard? Shouldn't a water hazard be obvious? Most of the time, ...
http://golf.about.com/od/rulesofgolf/f/rfaq_yellow.htm
Line and Stake Color Meanings on Golf Courses - About.com
Most of the time, yes, but sometimes a part of the golf course - say, a seasonal creek, or a ditch - might be designated a water hazard even though there is rarely  ...
http://golf.about.com/od/rulesofgolf/a/stakesandlines.htm
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