Can I get some Wyco clarrification on these:
7: Far beyond OB is the same line as 9 left side OB?
That should be correct. The OB line doesn't change, and once a line is OB it is OB for the entire field.
9: There is OB beyond (inbetween basket and road) making it tighter than the road itself?
I believe that this was answered with this posting by the wonderful T-Dub
I have a question about #9 at Wyco. Caddy book shows the OB on left and right goes all the way to the road (straight ahead). I just played there and it's painted OB short of the road. It cuts in front of the the pin that is straight ahead. So is the caddy book wrong? I get the OB on the left and right. I don't understand it straight ahead when you have the road there.
The caddy book shows the way I described to Dick several weeks ago how I would lay it out. However, I forgot what I told him and laid it out in the slightly less forgiving formation as is painted. Dick has told me to fix it to match the caddy book. It shall be done.
12: Does the OB line for left side of 13 come into play?
Yes once an OB line it OB the entire area for each existing and touching point. Same as the early statement. OB line's aren't OB for just one hole, they are for the entire course and other fairways come into play because of this, then they are OB.
17: Does the OB line for right side of 9 come into play for right side of 17?
Same answer on many of the questions. Any OB line is OB for the course in this configuration. Having the line be OB one part of the course and not the other is counter intuitive and will cause issues with everyone playing. The goal on "defined OB" is to strengthen the toughness of the course and require better placement by the advance level playing field. Thus "requiring" or FORCING a better shot selection and also increasing the risk/reward component.
I hope that this helps.