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(KNBC 4 Los Angeles)   Someone check the rule book. Is a live shark on the golf course a natural hazard?   (nbclosangeles.com) divider line 14
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2012-10-24 11:46:18 AM
Greg Norman approves.
 
2012-10-24 12:00:27 PM
Sure it is. They're spotted on courses all around San Jose in April.
 
2012-10-24 12:08:25 PM
No, a live shark is an Outside Agency. A dead shark is a Loose Impediment. You treat the two differently for the purposes of relief.
 
2012-10-24 12:12:34 PM
The Aussies kept theirs and made it a tourist attraction.
 
2012-10-24 12:26:00 PM

ha-ha-guy: The Aussies kept theirs and made it a tourist attraction.


That seems unintelligent. How could a golf course lake have enough room and forage to support a breeding population of bull sharks?
 
2012-10-24 01:06:09 PM

roc6783: ha-ha-guy: The Aussies kept theirs and made it a tourist attraction.

That seems unintelligent. How could a golf course lake have enough room and forage to support a breeding population of bull sharks?


It's a big lake and they feed the sharks.
 
2012-10-24 01:17:08 PM

ha-ha-guy: roc6783: ha-ha-guy: The Aussies kept theirs and made it a tourist attraction.

That seems unintelligent. How could a golf course lake have enough room and forage to support a breeding population of bull sharks?

It's a big lake and they feed the sharks.


Is everything in Australia bigger like Texas?
 
2012-10-24 01:24:15 PM

Gonz: No, a live shark is an Outside Agency. A dead shark is a Loose Impediment. You treat the two differently for the purposes of relief.


What if said dead shark has half decomposed and is becoming part of the ground? Should we treat it as a natural or man made obstruction?
 
2012-10-24 02:51:08 PM

Gonz: No, a live shark is an Outside Agency. A dead shark is a Loose Impediment. You treat the two differently for the purposes of relief.


No, a live shark is only an outside agent if he moves your ball. If he doesn't move your ball, then he is a temporary obstruction, and may be treated as a casual shark.
 
2012-10-24 04:50:59 PM
'Sharks are Illlegal at Bushwood sir, and I never slice.

Damn!'
 
2012-10-24 05:49:40 PM

pregerstheHobo: Sure it is. They're spotted on courses all around San Jose in April.


+1

/Wings Fan
 
2012-10-24 07:01:56 PM

pregerstheHobo: Sure it is. They're spotted on courses all around San Jose in April.


+1

/Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings fan
//Fark Gary Bettman and the owners
 
2012-10-24 08:20:16 PM

DoBeDoBeDo: Gonz: No, a live shark is an Outside Agency. A dead shark is a Loose Impediment. You treat the two differently for the purposes of relief.

What if said dead shark has half decomposed and is becoming part of the ground? Should we treat it as a natural or man made obstruction?


Up to 50% decomposed is still a loose impediment... over 50% is a natural part of the course.

However... EXACTLY 50% decomposed. Not sure... but just wait a minute and the situation will work itself out.
 
2012-10-25 10:13:13 AM

Shrink: pregerstheHobo: Sure it is. They're spotted on courses all around San Jose in April.

+1

/Wings Fan


And apparently all year 'round this year.

/also, no "play the ball as it lies. I had to hit it off of Frankenstein's fat foot back there."?
 
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