To be used in conjunction with the Rules of Golf
Out of Bounds
All areas outside the inside line of boundary posts, the Club House, car park and entrance roadways and areas marked “OOB”.
If a staked tree interferes with a player’s stance or area of intended swing, the ball must be lifted without penalty and dropped in accordance with the procedure described in Rule 24-2.
All stakes defining GUR, stakes (&/ or tree guards)
Coloured Pegs and stakes
All coloured pegs and stakes (except those defining OOB) are to be treated as immovable obstructions – Rule 24 (2). Do not move pegs.
• Red stakes &/ or lines – Lateral water hazard
• Yellow stakes &/or lines – Water hazard
• White stakes &/ or lines – Ground under repair
• White stakes with black tops, joined with white lines where necessary – Out of bounds
Are marked by timber or concrete surrounds or white stakes or lines and must be treated as GUR.
All areas through the green that are normally closely mown, including tees.
Except in a hazard, wheel ruts made by a mower, tractor, or motor vehicle are GUR. Note this excludes tyre marks on bare tracks etc.
If a player loses his ball he should immediately call the following players through. Players who have a clear hole ahead should call the following players through.
• White – Members
• Red – Ladies
• Yellow – Social
Roads and Paths
All artificially surfaced roads and pathways, including those covered by wood chips, are immovable obstructions. The wood chips are deemed to be loose impediments.
Penalty for breach of Local Rule: Match play – Loss of Hole. Stroke Play – Two Strokes.