Definition of casual water in English:

casual water

Syllabification: ca·su·al wa·ter

noun

Golf
Water that has accumulated temporarily and does not constitute a recognized hazard of the course. A player may move a ball from casual water without penalty.
More example sentences
  • Your ball was in casual water, and you were entitled to relief without a penalty.
  • It is either in a water hazard or in casual water overflowing the hazard.
  • It had rained hard the night before the final round, and at the 12 th hole a player requested relief from casual water.

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