Undue Delay Slow Play in Stroke Play RoG Rule 6-7 Note 2, Appendix I Part C 3 and S.o.T 6.1. Generel Condition of Competition. Revised 2014-12-15.
IN DEPTH: RoG Rule 6-7. Undue Delay; Slow Play. "The player must play without undue delay and in accordance with any pace of play guidelines that the Committee may establish. Between completion of a hole and playing from the next teeing ground, the player must not unduly delay play.

PENALTY FOR BREACH OF RULE 6-7:

Match play – Loss of hole; Stroke play – Two strokes.

Bogey and par competitions – See Note 2 to Rule 32-1a.

Stableford competitions – See Note 2 to Rule 32-1b.

For subsequent offence – Disqualification.

Note 1: If the player unduly delays play between holes, he is delaying the play of the next hole and, except for bogey, par and Stableford competitions (see Rule 32), the penalty applies to that hole.

Note 2: For the purpose of preventing slow play, the Committee may, in the conditions of a competition (Rule 33-1), establish pace of play guidelines including maximum periods of time allowed to complete a stipulated round, a hole or a stroke.

In stroke play, the Committee may, in such a condition, modify the penalty for  a breach of this Rule as follows:

First offence – One stroke;

Second offence – Two strokes;

For subsequent offence – Disqualification."

 
From SoT 6.1.1 Undue Delay Slow Play : "If nothing else is stated the players, both in match-play and in stroke-play, must play without undue delay and in accordance with the pace-of-play guidelines adopted by the Swedish Golf Federation to be used both at competitions in Sweden and in competitions abroad under the auspices of the SGF. 
Note: Competitions in Sweden under the auspices of other competition organizations may have conditions which vary eg competitions which belong to the SGT, ET, LET or EGA."
From SoT 6.1.1.2 Undue Delay Slow Play in Stroke Play: "In the absence of mitigating circumstances, players in a group are liable to be timed if it is in excess of the time allowed under the official pace-of-play guideline and in the case of second or subsequent groups, is out of position. If any player, from the commencement of timing, exceeds 40 seconds to make a stroke, disregarding order of play and from where the stroke is played, the player/side is considered to have broken the condition. A player/side which has been timed and has broken the condition and has been given a verbal warning/penalty will have it carried forward during the stipulated round even if the group subsequently is within the official pace-of-play guideline." 
The Committee may establish pace of play guidelines which are made public on the competitions official not-board."

This is how the General Condition of Competition has been worded:

Undue Delay Slow Play in Stroke Play 
In the absence of mitigating circumstances, players in a group are liable to be timed if it is in excess of the time allowed under the official pace-of-play guideline and in the case of second or subsequent groups, is out of position. If any player, from the commencement of timing, exceeds 40 seconds to make a stroke, disregarding order of play and from where the stroke is played, the player/side is considered to have broken the condition. A player/side which has been timed and has broken the condition and has been given a verbal warning/penalty will have it carried forward during the stipulated round even if the group subsequently is within the official pace-of-play guideline
Penalty for Breach of Condition: One bad time — Verbal warning from Official;  Two bad times — One stroke penalty;  Three bad times — Two stroke penalty and Four bad times — Disqualification. Notes: 1: Timings may take place without informing the players. 2:Timings will be taken from the moment it is deemed by the Referee/Committee that it is the player’s turn to play. 3: The player/side ought to be informed as soon as possible about a warning or a penalty.  
4: The Committee has the right to time one or several players/side instead of the whole group. 
 

 

From the 2012 European Tour Card Section B - Conditions of Competition

Pace of Play (Note 2 to Rule 6‐7) – Page 140
In the absence of mitigating circumstances, a group is liable to be timed if it is in excess of the
time allowed and in the case of second or subsequent groups, out of position. From the commencement of timing, if any player exceeds 50 seconds on a "first to play approach shot (including Par 3 tee shot), chip or putt", or 40 seconds if it is a tee shot or "second or third to play shot", he is deemed to have had a "bad time". The time allowed will be determined by the Chief Referee and will be published on the official notice board. "Out of position" is defined as being more than the starting interval behind the group in front. A player whose group is timed will have a bad time carried forward in the round even if the group subsequently arrives back in position or within time.
Penalty for Breach of Condition:
One bad time — Verbal warning from Official
Two bad times — One stroke penalty and 2.300 USD fine
Three bad times — Two stroke penalty and 4.600 USD fine
Four bad times — Disqualification
Notes:
1. Players will NOT be advised that they are being timed.
2. Timings will be taken from the moment it is deemed by the Official that it is the player’s
turn to play.
3. In addition, please note European Tour General regulation in Members Handbook.
4. In some circumstances, an individual player, or two players within a group of three,
may be timed instead of the entire group. 




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