Penalty for Breach of Rule:
Match play - Loss of hole; Stroke play - Two strokes
On the 6th hole (left of the trees and next to the apartment complex) is an area where a ball can come to rest against the OB fence and be considered unplayable. Taking relief under the unplayable lie rule - one option is to lift, clean and drop your ball within two club lengths of where the ball came to rest against the fence. The problem with this area as well as the left side of the cart path on the 16th hole (where the OB fence is located) that option dropping the ball MAY cause your ball to roll back into an unplayable lie situation. This seems very unfair but, you must factor the possibility that your ball can roll (while taking relief) back into the same condition. Decision 28/3 explains this below.
Decision 28/3 Ball Dropped Under Unplayable Ball Rule Comes to Rest in Original Position or Another Position at Which Ball Is Unplayable
Q. A player deemed his ball unplayable and, under Rule 28c, dropped his ball within two club-lengths of the spot where it lay. The ball came to rest in the original position or another position at which the ball was unplayable. What is the ruling?
A. The ball was in play when it was dropped - Rule 20-4. Thus, if the ball came to rest in the original position, the player must again invoke the unplayable ball Rule, incurring an additional penalty stroke, unless he decides to play the ball as it lies. The same applies if the ball came to rest in another position at which it was unplayable, assuming that the ball did not roll into a position covered by Rule 20-2c, in which case re-dropping without penalty would be required.