Category: Difficult Lie
Your ball is partially submerged in water near the green.
Your ball is sitting in a depression and you have about 140 yards before you reach the green.
Your ball landed in a grassy bank about ten yards away from the pin. However, you now have a steep uphill shot to get it up onto the green.
You face a downhill lie about 60 yards from the flag.
Your backswing or follow through is restricted due to trees, bushes, or other obstacles.
You need to hit the ball out of a divot that is only a short distance from the green.
Your ball landed in a divot and you end up skulling it. When you scoop the ball, you make contact with the leading edge of the club, causing it to skull the ball.
It is windy out and you find your ball on a downhill slope in the sand.
Your ball lands on cement, asphalt, or gravel but is still considered to be inbounds.
The ball is sitting in the front lip of the sand trap.