Road Defines and White Stakes Identifies Out of Bounds RoG, Definitions, Out of Bounds. Local Rule. Revised 2012-07-14.
IN DEPTH: When an artificially surfaced road is used to define the limits of the course the out of bounds-line follows the inside (towards the course) of the road. A ball is out of bounds when all of it lies on or beyond the road.
If the Committee wishes to avoid that players are unaware of that the road defines the limits of out of bounds it can identify out of bounds with white stakes along the road and declare that the stakes are movable or immovable obstructions

More information in "How to Mark a Golf Course". 

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Road Defines and White Stakes Identifies Out of Bounds
The limit of out of bounds on hole ... is defined by the artificially surfaced road while the white stakes, which are movable/immovable obstructions, identifies out of bounds. The out of bounds line is determined by the inside limit of the road. A ball is out of bounds when all of it lies on or beyond the road. 
Penalty: Match play - Loss of hole; Stroke play - Two strokes.
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