Local Rules

1. Out of Bounds.
a. The clubhouse and surrounding pathways and car park.
b. Over the fence surrounding the driving range.
c. Any part of the adjoining racetrack
d. Over the hedge to the right of holes 17 & 18.
e. In or over the drain to right of the 8th fairway.
f. Any area marked by white stakes.

2. Immovable Obstructions.
All seats, steps, sprinkler heads, tee markers, white hydrant covers, power boxes, man-hole covers, distance markers and fence surrounding the driving range. Rule 24-2 applies ie. free relief plus one club length not nearer the hole.

3. Ground Under Repair
All tyre/wheel marks, staked trees, any ground disturbed by maintenence work. Rule 25-1 applies i.e. Free relief plus one club length not nearer the hole.

4. The Greens
A ball coming to rest on any green or surrounding apron other than the green being played (including Winter or temporary greens) must be lifted and dropped off within one club length not nearer the hole. Breach of rule: 2 penalty shots.

5. Movable Obstructions
Stones in bunkers are deemed movable obstructions.

6. Integral Parts of the Course.
No free relief. All other parts of the course other than those stated above are integral parts of the course.

Distance Markers: Green Posts – 1 band 100 yards, 2 bands 150 yards.

7. Wrong Ball
If a competitor makes a stroke or strokes at a wrong ball, he incurs a penalty of two strokes.           The competitor must correct his mistake by playing the correct  ball or by proceeding under the Rules.  If he fails to correct his mistake before making a stroke on the next teeing ground or, in the case of the last hole of the round, fails to declare his intention to correct his mistake before leaving the putting green, he is disqualified. Strokes made by a competitor  with a wrong ball do not count in his score. If the wrong ball belongs to another competitor, its owner must place a ball on the spot from which the wrong ball was first played.

8. Flagstick Attended, Removed or Held Up
Before making a stroke from anywhere on the course, the player may have the flagstick attended, removed or held up to indicate the position of the hole. If the flagstick is not attended, removed or held up before a player makes a stroke, it must not be attended, removed or held up during the stroke or while the player’s ball is in motion if doing so might influence the movement of the ball.