No. It was a directive issued by James Crampton on behalf of the then EGU when he was the Handicapping Manager. It only applied to England. The other unions did not make a decision to the best of my knowledge.
It rather depends on the length and the likelihood of their being played by the men or ladies. Certainly most white tees would be far too long for most club ladies. The rating exercise is expensive enough (cash and time) for the County without adding unnecessary work.
When a player breaches multiple Rules or the same Rule multiple times, any relationship between the breaches is broken by an intervening event and the player will get multiple penalties.
The three types of intervening events where the player will get multiple penalties are:
Making a stroke...