Larry and David were playing golf. David’s ball came to rest about 2 feet right of the 150 yard distance marker on # 5. David walked over to remove the marker, only to discover that it was fixed and immovable. He then declared that he would take relief as the marker interfered with his stance. Larry said that was not permissible, reasoning that you don’t get relief from a tree that interferes with your stance; neither should you get relief from a distance marker.
What is the correct ruling?