The rule is simple.
1. Advance the golf balls to the holes using a series of strokes.
2. The number in a ball indicates the length of the first stroke; any subsequent stroke must be 1 less in length than the preceding stroke.
3. A stroke moves the ball horizontally or vertically; the direction may change at every stop.
4. A stroke cannot stop in a water; a cell can be traversed at most once; i.e. strokes cannot cross or overlay.
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