PGA rules on the bunkers at Whistling StraitsBy AP
Sunday, August 15, 2010
Rule on bunkers at Whistling Straits
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — An excerpt from the “Supplementary Rules of Play” that was posted in the locker room at Whistling Straits for the PGA Championship:
1. Bunkers: All areas of the course that were designed and built as sand bunkers will be played as bunkers (hazards), whether or not they have been raked. This will mean that many bunkers positioned outside of the ropes, as well as some areas of bunkers inside the ropes, close to the rope line, will likely include numerous footprints, heel prints and tire tracks during the play of the Championship. Such irregularities of surface are a part of the game and no free relief will be available form these conditions.
Note 1: The sand area in front, left and behind No. 5 green in the later water hazard is NOT a bunker (do not move stones).
Note 2: Where necessary, blue dots define the margin of a bunker.
Tags: Events, Men's Golf, North America, Pga, Pga championship, Sheboygan, United States, Wisconsin