|1. OUT OF BOUNDS (Rule
A ball shall be deemed to to be out of bounds if it comes to rest:-
(a) In or over any boundary hedge, ditch, fence or road.
(b) On or over the road leading to the Clubhouse.
(c) Over the line extending from the sign on the access road to the
white post attached to the fence
of the practice putting green and beyond the white stakes on the 1st
and 10th tees.
NOTE The ploughed furrow bordering the wood on the 1st and
the 10th holes the area to the left of the 2nd and 11th holes, the
area to the left of the 4th and12th holes, the area behind the 5th
green and the area to the left of the greenside bunker on the 6th
and 15th holes are all deemed to be out of bounds and are marked by
2 ABNORMAL COURSE CONDITIONS (Rule
Areas of Ground under Repair will be white lined and marked G.U.R.
Play is prohibited from areas marked G.U.R. Relief may be taken
from deep ruts (Not faint compression made by green keeping
3 OVERHEAD CABLES (Rule
If it is
known or virtually certain
that a player's ball hit a power line [or tower or a wire or pole
supporting a power line] during the play of [specify hole number],
does not count. The player
play a ball without penalty from where the previous
was made (see
for what to do).
4 PENALTY AREAS (Rule
are defined as either red or yellow.
5 IMMOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS (Rule
(a) All artificially surfaced paths (including gravelled path)
(b) Bridges, stone-walled areas around the tees.
(c) Winter mats.
(d) Staked trees -Relief MUST be taken
Note.With regard to bridges relief without penalty is only
available if the ball lies outside the margin of the hazard
6 PREFERRED LIE-WINTER RULE
player's ball lies in a part of the
general area cut to fairway height or less [or identify a
specific area such as 'on the fairway of the 6th hole'], the player
may take free relief once by placing the original ball or another
ball in and playing it from this
Reference Point: Spot of
the original ball.
Size of Relief Area Measured from Reference Point: [Specify
size of relief area, such as one
club-length, one scorecard length or 6 inches] from the
but with these limits:
Limits on Location of Relief Area:
Must not be nearer the
hole than the reference point, and
Must be in the
under this Local Rule, the player must choose a spot to place the
ball and use the procedures for
a ball under
7 AFTER PLAYING FROM 2nd/11th TEES & CROSSING 7th/16th
You MUST sound the CLANGER to advice golfers that the
way is clear
NOTE- Penalty for breach of the Local Rules ------Match
Play-Loss of Hole
Stroke Play-Two strokes