Local Rules

 1. OUT OF BOUNDS

A ball is out of bounds if it lies:

a) Beyond any boundary fence, hedge or wall.

b) Beyond any wall, path or garden surrounding the club house and car parks.

c) Within the practice ground (Area defined by white posts).

d) Beyond the white posts to the right of the 11th.

 2. STAKED TREES

If a staked tree interferes with the player's stance or intended swing, the ball must be lifted and dropped without penalty according with Rule 24-2b.

3. FIXED SPRINKLER HEADS

Fixed sprinkler heads are to be treated as immovable obstructions and relief obtained in accordance with Rule 24-2b.

 4. ROADS & PATHS

All artificial roads and paths are to be treated as immovable obstructions and relief obtained in accordance with Rule 24-2b.

  5. WATER HAZARDS

Water hazards are defined by yellow stakes and relief obtained in accordance with Rule 26-1.

Lateral water hazards are defined by red stakes and relief obtained in accordance with Rule 26-1.

 6. STONES

Stones in bunkers are to be treated as movable obstructions and relief obtained in accordance with Rule

24-1.

7. PUBLIC FOOTPATHS

Golfers must give way on any public footpaths within the course boundary

 8. OVERHEAD WIRES & CABLES

If a ball strikes an elevated power line or cable, the player must replay the shot without penalty.

 9. TRACTOR MARKS

All tractor marks to be treated as temporary abnormal ground conditions and relief obtained in accordance with Rule 25-1.

 10. MARKER POSTS & 150 YARD MARKERS

Marker posts and 150 yard markers are to be treated as movable obstructions and relief obtained in accordance with Rule 24-1.

 

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