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Even the best of golf players lose a ball every now and again. Some golf courses have areas in the rough and out-of-bounds which can swallow the ball, never to be seen again.

Should your ball become forever lost by a hazard and you must continue with a new ball, the process is easy:

1. Find the nearest spot on the course that allows you a total (complete) relief from the hazard area. Mark this spot with a tee. The term "complete relief" means that your feet and the ball are all clear of the hazard. The area could be as short as a few inches away, or even several feet.

2. Now measure outwards from the area by one or two club lengths away from the hole you are shooting for (based on what the rules of the hazard allow). For example, a water hazard allows you two club lengths for relief, while a cart path or water sprinkler hazard only allows one club length. Take out another tee and mark that spot as well.

3. Now it's time to drop the ball. Stand where the marker tee was placed, bring the ball out at the length of your arms at shoulder height and drop it straight down to the ground without tossing or spinning the ball. You are now ready to make a shot with the new ball.

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