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Old 01-30-2012, 12:19 PM
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Originally Posted by TOURNEYPLAYER View Post
If what you said is true and hitting the wall is like hitting inbounds then i would say u were fine. as long as you were not putting from OB. it is fine in my book.
If the point of contact on the wall is ruled 'inbounds', then I suppose that a legal stance would be one where your feet are both 100% inbounds (not over the edge of the wall at all) on top of that wall.. that doesn't look like a fun putt, to me. :P

Edit: Cgkdisc had a good point.. you'd then get relief to allow you to take a legal stance.
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