Updated: March 2017
#4 - Sod farm, right of the cart path, is GROUND UNDER REPAIR. You are allowed a free drop, one club length at nearest point of relief, no nearer the hole. USGA Rule 25.
#13 - Cement bridge and cement spillway are part of water hazard; see USGA Rule 26-1 on relief options.
#8 - If the ditch 80 yards or so in front of the red tee has water in it, play as casual water and drop behind the ditch, no penalty.
#12 - If the ball comes to rest on the cart path, it may be played from the drop area, no penalty.
#2 and #13 - The new protective barriers at the edge of hazards are immovable obstructions, USGA Rule 24.
#18 - The drop area is for water hazard only (yellow stakes). Does not include lateral hazard (red stakes).
#8 - When water is present in the indented area on the right side of the fairway,
play as casual water.
Drop Areas have been designated at the following courses:
Country Club - Holes 11 and 14; Berksdale - Holes 18 and 4; Dogwood Hills - Hole 18; Scotsdale - Holes 12 and 18
New yardage markers on all course MAY be played as temporary immovable obstructions. See USGA Appendix 1, p 131-132.
As an additional alternative, if ball lies in a hazard, you may (not must) elect to hit from the drop area, adding a one stroke penalty. USGA Appendix 1a #6 Dropping Zone on page 122.