In this video, Mark Wilson discusses some unique situations where Rule 28 could come into play. When incorporating the Unplayable Ball rule for a ball that lands in the bunker, there are limited options that can be utilized. In addition, when faced with a situation where you do not have viable options for taking a drop within two club lengths of the ball, there also are limited options that will most often require the player to accept a penalty stroke and go back to the previous spot and hit again. It’s a common mistake in an unplayable ball situation to believe you may place your ball in play along the so called “line of flight” your ball took. It’s important to know these rules and understand how they could in fact help you when playing against an opponent.