If a ball is lost, under penalty of one stroke, a new ball may be dropped within two clublengths of the area where the original ball lay.
Putts of 12" or less may be conceded.
If a putt taken from the putting surface ('green') causes the ball to strike the flagstick, the player shall be assessed a one-stroke penalty.
Immediately after the completion of each hole, a player (or scramble team) must record his/their score (or ensure that his/their score is recorded) for said hole on a regulation scorecard. A player/team who fails to record a score for a hole prior to teeing off on the next hole will be assessed a two-stroke penalty on the hole on which the score was not recorded correctly according to the rule.
If a player/team is found to have flagrantly breached the above rule, or if a player/team flagrantly alters a previously recorded score (except as allowed by the Rules of Golf), then that player/team shall be disqualified.
At the completion of the round, each player/team must ensure that his/their correct score for each hole is recorded on a regulation scorecard and is submitted for inspection and confirmation by the Committee. Any player/team who fails to submit a correct scorecard immediately at the completion of the round shall be disqualified.
If a ball is lost in a water hazard, under penalty of one stroke, a new ball may be dropped within two clublengths of where the original ball entered the hazard.
A party is a group of participants who usually attend the Beaver Open weekend together.
Each party is 'owned' by a registered user who is responsible for submitting registrations for all party members.