Ground Under Repair; Play Prohibited with Droppig Zone. RoG Rule 25-1; Appendix I Part A 2a and 6. Temporary Local Rule. Revised 2015-12-01. 
IN DEPTH: The area declared as ground under repair from which play is prohibited may de defined by blue-white stakes or a white, continuous spray line with one/several blue-white stakes within the area.
As a player must take relief from such an area it is vital that the area is marked in such a way that the nearest point of relief will be in a playable position.  If the Committee finds that this is impossible, one or several dropping zones may be established. 

For more information see the sections “Course set up” and “How to mark a Golf Course”. 

Suggested wording. The two finishing, red-coloured sentences may be reoved. The headline and the penalty may be removed when this Rule is placed together with other local rules under a specific headline.  

Ground Under Repair (GUR); Play Prohibited; with Dropping Zone/Zones
The area on hole ... which limit is defined by ... is ground under repair from which play is prohibited. If a ball lies in the area or if it interferes with the players stance or the area of his intended swing the player must take relief under Rule 25-1 or as an additional option, drop a ball in the dropping zone/the nearest dropping zone even when the dropping zone is nearer the hole than where the ball originally lay. 
When dropping in a dropping zone the dropped ball must first strike a part of the course within the dropping zone. The dropped ball is in play if it comes to rest within two club-lengths of the spot where it first struck a part of the course even if it rolls out of the dropping zone or nearer the hole. Dropping and redropping see Rule 20-2 and Appendix 1 Part A 6 Note. 
Penalty: Match play - Loss of hole; Stroke play - Two strokes.
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