when the ball rests on an uphill slope towards the target. Example: "The uphill lie was severe, so I had to use a less-lofted club to compensate."
When the ball rests on an uphill slope in the direction of play or toward the target.
When a ball is positioned on ground sloping up ahead of the player.
Where the ball comes to rest on a slope above the target
lie on which a right-handed golfer's left foot is higher than the right foot.