The Local Rules and any Temporary Local Rules currently in force which are displayed in the Clubhouse take precedence over the abridged Local Rules printed here.
1.OUT OF BOUNDS (RULE 18)
A)Beyond all boundary fences marking the Golf Course
B)Behind the 6th and 18th greens
C)To the left of the 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th holes
D)The area delineated by the edging stones of the rubber path and extending from the end of the car park fence of the path, immediately in front of the Professional Shop
2.PENALTY AREAS (RULE 17)
Red Penalty Areas are defined by Red stakes on the 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 12th, 14th, 15th and 17th holes.
3.NO PLAY ZONES (RULE 2.4)
A)All areas of Ground Under Repair are No Play Zones. Free relief must be taken from any interference by the No Play Zone, under Rule 16.1f.
4.IMMOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS (RULE 16.1)
All gritted, and artificial paths are immovable obstructions. All other paths and sleepers in bunkers at the 2nd, 10th & 18th holes are integral objects of the course, and relief is not available.
5.FIXED SPRINKLERS HEADS (RULE 16.1)
Fixed sprinkler heads are immovable obstructions. Relief from interference by them may be obtained under Rule 16.1. In addition, if a ball lies off the putting green but not in a Penalty Area and such an obstruction on or within two club-lengths of the ball intervenes on the line of play between the ball and the hole, the player may take relief.
On any day of a stroke play competition, practice is permitted within the practice range, putting green, and short game area.
BREACH OF LOCAL RULE
Match play: Loss of hole Stroke play: Two stroke penalty
HEALTH & SAFETY
SUSPENSION OF PLAY (RULE 5.7b)
When play is suspended by the Club for what is considered to be a dangerous situation, the following MUST be adhered to by ALL PLAYERS IMMEDIATELY.
This also applies when the course is deemed unplayable.
The signal for suspending play will be a prolonged note from the SIREN. At this time play MUST cease and players MUST leave the course IMMEDIATELY or take appropriate shelter. There will be two short notes from the SIREN to recommence play.
SOFT SPIKE SHOES CAN BE DANGEROUS DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER CONDITIONS, ESPECIALLY WHEN CROSSING BRIDGES, STEPS OR PATHS. METAL SPIKES ARE RECOMMENDED.