Adjustment of Lie Prior to Bold Play

If a player declares his intention to hit his ball between, through, around, or over any obstructing objects, he is entitled, by reason of his dauntless and venturesome play, to improve his lie, without penalty, by rolling or tapping his ball to a perfect lie within two club lengths of his original ball position, but once having done so, he is obligated to attempt the shot he has designated, and he may not then make a safe play from his newly improved lie.

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