Larry’s ball came to rest in the sand bunker tucked up next to a dead squirrel. Larry of course argued that it was not right for him not to be able to move the squirrel that impeded a clean hit of the ball, as if he ever makes a clean hit. Scott countered that the squirrel was a loose impediment and removing a loose impediment would be penalized.
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