By Brian D. Kelling

This can be a small booklet that packs a wallop, with details for readers uninterested in paying lease and craving for an appropriate domestic in their personal, yet who shouldn't have a massive bankroll to do it. Kelling lays out all the fundamentals: the way to research your price range and prices; how to define appropriate land and a livable trip trailer or RV to exploit as an enduring domestic; what types of instruments you will need; and the way to build a septic approach, generate energy, devise heating and refrigeration platforms, and masses extra. it truly is terrific yet actual: you could head down the trail to self-sufficiency and reasonable residing on your own residence instantaneously for lower than $5,000. --Mark A. Hetts

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49). 1 teeing the ball. When you put a ball in play from the teeing ground, your ball must be placed on a tee, on the ground, on an irregularity of ground created by you, or on sand or some other natural substance. You may remove dew, frost, or water from the teeing ground. You may stand outside the teeing ground to play a ball within it. 1, you’re disqualified. 2 tee-markers. Before you make your first stroke with any ball from the teeing ground, the tee-markers 28 ■ r u l e 1 1 are considered to be fixed.

Damage that occurred before the round may be repaired during the round if the playing characteristics aren’t changed and play isn’t delayed excessively. (2) Penalty. 2(a), you’re disqualified. (b) Damage in Normal Course of Play (1) General Rule. If, during a stipulated round, your club is damaged in the normal course of play, you may: (a) use the club for the rest of the stipulated round; (b) repair the club as long as doing so does not delay play excessively; or (c) replace the damaged club with any club, but only if three conditions are met: the club must be unfit for play; the replacement club must not have been selected for play by someone else playing the course; and replacement must not delay play excessively.

Otherwise, the original ball must be re-placed. 3(c). (5) An opponent, scorer, or fellow-competitor who disputes a claim of unfitness must do so before you play another ball. (b) Penalty. 3 by improperly substituting a ball, you lose the hole in match play or receive a two-stroke penalty in stroke play. 3, no additional penalty for procedural violations is applied. 4 broken ball. 5). rule 6. 0 defined terms. 46). 1 rules. You and your caddie are responsible for knowing the rules and conditions of competition.

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