Stroke Play: Larry was about to hit his shot. He put his club down and walked over to his pull cart and moved it forward. He then went back and hit his ball. Scott asked Larry why he moved his cart. Larry responded that the moving shadows cast by the tree limbs moving in the wind were distracting. He moved his cart so that he would have a permanent shadow rather than a flickering shadow over his ball. At that point, Scott said, “Too bad Larry, that’s going to cost you two strokes.