Loch 5

Robin Hood

Par 5/HCP 5

Pro Tipp

Ein langes Dogleg mit einem sehr schmalen Fairway vom Abschlag aus.

Das ganze Loch ist allseitig mit „Aus“ gekennzeichnet (auch hinter dem Grün).

Es ist am besten, wenn Sie das Tee-Off als Fade spielen, um zu verhindern, dass die Bäume auf der rechten Seite Ihr Spiel behindern.

Es ist empfehlenswert, den zweiten Schlag in die Mitte des Fairways hinter das Dogleg zu platzieren.

Der dritte Schlag ins Grün hängt von der Position der Fahne ab.

Bitte beachten Sie die Strafzone vor dem Grün!

Tee-Offs
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389

Out of Bounds: Rule A-1

Out of bounds is defined by the line between the course-side points at ground level of white stakes and fence posts.

Boundary objects (white stakes) are treated as immovable even if they are movable or any part of them is movable (see Rule 8.1a)

 

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Local Rule E-5

Alternative for Out of Bounds

When a player’s ball has not been found or is known or virtually certain to be out of bounds, the player may proceed as follows rather than proceeding under stroke and distance.

For two penalty strokes, the player may take relief by dropping the original ball or another ball in this relief area (see Rule 14.3)

But the player may not use this option to take relief for the original ball when:

Penalty for Playing Ball from a Wrong Place in Breach of Local Rule: General Penalty Under Rule 14.7a.

This Local Rule is not appropriate for national competitions or other competitions for skilled players.

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Local Rule A-4

During play of Hole 5, the Fairway of Hole 6 on the right of the hole, defined by white stakes with black caps], is Out of bounds.

These stakes are treated as boundary objects during the play of Hole 5. For all other holes, they are immovable obstructions.

 

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Yellow Penalty Area Rule B-1

The pit filled with stones in front of the Green of hole 5 is a yellow penalty area. The stones must not be intentionally moved to improve the stance or the stroke.

Yellow penalty area (marked with yellow lines or yellow stakes) give the player two relief options (Rules 17.1d(1) and (2)).

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