Water Hazard Totally Under Repair. Play Prohibited RoG Definitions, Ground under Repair; Rule 25-1b(i) and 25-1c(i); Decision 25/13. Temporary Local Rule. Revised 2010-03-02.
IN DEPTH: A water hazard does not loose its status as a hazard because it is being renovated. When a water hazard is being renovated or is under construction the Committee may (for safety reasons) prohibit play from the area until work is completed. The Committee may declare the area as ground under repair from which play is prohibited and by declaring it as through the green the player must take relief, without penalty, either under Rule 25-1b(i) or if it is known or virtually certain that a ball that has not been found is in the area under Rule 25-1c(i). 

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Water Hazard Totally Under Repair. Play Prohibited
The water hazard totally under repair/which is under construction on hole ... defined by ... is ground under repair from which play is prohibited and classified as through the green. The player must take relief, without penalty, under Rule 25-1b(i) or if it is known or virtually certain that a ball which is not found is in the area under Rule 25-1c(i). Penalty: Match play - Loss of hole; Stroke play - Two strokes.
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