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What does GUR stand for?

GUR stands for Ground Under Repair

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Westwood and Kaymer had looked in full control for the large majority of the contest, with rookie Fowler even forfeiting the fourth hole by foolishly dropping a different type of ball to the one Furyk had driven when getting relief from some ground under repair, but the American duo slowly worked their way back into things.
Around 30 of the 96 bunkers needed attention by the greenkeeping staff and one on the fifth hole was so bad that it was taken out of play and made ground under repair.
The 30-year-old from Aberdeen had hit his second shot just over the green into an area of ground under repair.
But problems ensued on the par three 17th when Mear drove wide into a ground under repair area, and after some to-ing and fro-ing and arguing over the rules, he fired a chip over the green into a bunker and then shanked into the wood thereby conceding the hole to go back to level.