Stone Wall Defines Out of Bounds. RoG, Definitions, Out of bounds; Decision 33-2a/16. Local Rule. Revised 2015-01-13.
IN DEPTH: A stone-wall may be used to define out of boundsThe out of bounds line is determined by the nearest, most inside points of the stones at ground level. At openings in the wall the out of bounds line is determined by the line between the nearest, most inside points of the nearest, most inside stones on either side of the opening. 
To avoid mistakes the wall should be
regular and without loose stones, bushes and high grass along the wall so that the player can determine the line accurately.

More information is to be found in "How to Mark a Golf Course". 

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title and the penalty may be removed when this Rule stands together with other Rules under a specific headline. The finishing, red-coloured sentence may be removed.

Stone Wall Defines Out of Bounds
The limits of out of bounds on hole ... is defined by the stone wall. The out of bounds line is determined by the nearest, most inside points of the stones at ground level and a ball is out of bounds when all of it lies beyond the line. Penalty: Match play - Loss of hole; Stroke play - Two strokes.
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