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Old 06-05-2019, 06:31 AM
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If you're talking about permanent marking for everyday play, I wouldn't bother. Everyday players don't necessarily abide by OB and other markings anyway.

If you have detailed enough tee signs, you could just include wording that the wet area is a relief area; players may move their lie out of them, without penalty. I'm guessing that with the move being parallel, the precise distance won't gain any advantage. Regulars who stick to rules will soon learn it; visitors can figure it out.

Then you can mark it with temporary flags for tournaments.
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