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Pitch
High trajectory golf shot played withing 50 yards of the hole
Hazard
Red or yellow-stalked water feature or a bunker
Slice
For a right-handed golfer, a ball flight which curves severly to the right
1 Club Length
Permissible area to drop in a non-penalty situation
Through the green
Essentially, the fairway and the rough
Chip
A low trajectory golf shot typically played when off the green but in close proximity to the hole
Pace of Play
How quickly or slowly a golfer or group is playing
Tee Box
Place on each golf hole where a golfer's first golf shot is played - designated by colored markers
Hook
For a right-handed golfer, a ball flight curving severly to the left
2 club lengths
Permissible area o drop in a penalty situation
1 Stroke + distance penalty
Player's golf ball hit out of bounds
1 Stroke pentalty
-Player's golf ball hit into water hazard
-Player swings at golf ball with intention of striking, but misses
-Player's golf club touches golf ball during address, ball moves from its restricting position
1 Stroke + distance penalty
Player's golf ball declared lost
2 stroke penalty
-Player hits wrong golf ball
-Player putts golf ball - ball hits flagstick
No penalty
- Player's golf ball comes to rest next to an immovable obstruction and unplayable
-Player accidentaly bumps teed up ball from within teeing ground, and the ball falls off the tee
-Player's golf ball comes to rest on a cart path
Spiritual Application
Explain how you would integrate golf rules and technique in your Christian life. Responses must be a minimum of 1 paragraph consisting of at least 5 sentences