Larry's ball landed in the rough adjacent to a tree line, which this time of year is covered with leaves. While searching through the leaves, he inadvertently moved his ball. Scott, a member of the foursome said, "That's a shame, moving the ball will cost you one stroke. Is this correct? What is the correct ruling?
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