[I’VE BEEN CORRECTED. THANKS FOLKS.]
This one says the committee can make a rule that you can opt to drop a lost or OB ball in the vicinity of where you lost or hit the ball out of bounds — including in the nearest fairway — under a two-stroke penalty.
First, there is no committee for casual rounds. Therefore, everyone will continue ignoring the rule and drop nearby taking only one stroke. They should have made it an overall rule.
But also, in a competition with this rule (which, by the way, is not intended for the professional or elite-levels), who the heck is going to drop the ball to have their fourth stroke rather than go back, hit again, and have their third stroke nearby?