One Ball Condition. RoG, Rule 5-1 Note, Appendix I Part C 1c and Decison 5-1/5. Condition of Competition. Revised 2015-01-01.
IN DEPTH From Appendix I Part C 1c: "
On its website http://www.randa.org/en/Equipment/Equipment%20Search/Balls.aspx the R&A issues a List of Conforming Golf Balls that lists balls that have been tested and found to conform with the Rules of Golf.
If it is desired to prohibit changing brands and models of golf balls during a stipulated round, the following condition is recommended." 
Note: This condition of competition shall be used only at competitions where expert players participate.

Suggested wording. This Rule shall always stand under its own headline.

One Ball Condition
During a stipulated round, the balls a player plays must be of the same brand and model as detailed by a single entry on the currant List of Conforming Golf Balls. Note: If a ball of a different brand and/or model is dropped or placed it may be lifted, without penalty, and the player must proceed by dropping or placing a proper ball (Rule 20-6). 
Penalty: Match play - At the conclusion of the hole at which the breach is discovered, the state of the match is adjusted by deducting one hole for each hole at which a breach occurred; maximum deduction per round - Two holes. Stroke play - Two strokes for each hole at which any breach occurred; maximum penalty per round - Four strokes. 
Procedure When Breach Discovered: When a player discovers that he has played a ball in breach of this condition, he must abandon that ball before playing from the next teeing ground and complete the round with a proper ball; otherwise, the player is disqualified. If discovery is made during play of a hole and the player elects to substitute a proper ball before completing that hole, the player must place a proper ball on the spot where the ball played in breach of the condition lay.
    
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