Below you can find details from our scorecard relating to the course statistics and rules of the course. You can get a scorecard from the main reception of the Golf Club, alternatively you can print one out by clicking here for a downloadable version.
Here you can find course statistics from the scorecard.
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|150 Yards to Centre of Green|
1. OUT OF BOUNDS (Rule 27-1)
A ball is deemed out of bounds when:
a) The whole of the ball comes to rest on the patios and surrounds of the Clubhouse, the bungalow, the car parks, the squash court building and the professionals shop (the bedded flower areas are deemed as whole parts of the surrounds).
b) The boundary fence and gates along the western and southern edges of the Castle car park to the point where it meets the existing boundary West of the Cresche.
c) On the 1st hole any ball beyond the gravel band on the left of the fairway near the South East corner of the Greenkeeper's accommodation.
2. MOVEABLE OBSTRUCTIONS (Rule 24-1)
Stones in bunkers are moveable obstructions.
3. IMMOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS (Rule 24-2b)
a) Benches, rubbish bins, drain covers and white pots defining end of out of bounds.
b) All hydrant and culvert covers.
c) Young trees and shrubs defined by stake or white mark.
d) All seats and concrete surrounds, steps and paths, edging of which are integral parts of the path.
e) The winter teeing areas.
f) Fixed sprinkler heads (appendix 1 part B). If on or within two club-lenghts of the green being played and intervening with the line or play between the ball and the hole the player may obtain relief as follows:- If the ball lies off the putting green but in a hazard and is within 2 club-lengths of the intervening obstruction it may be lifted, cleaned and dropped at the nearest point to where the ball lay which a) not nearer the hole b) avoids such intervention c) is not a hazard or on a putting green.
4. ABNORMAL GROUND CONDITIONS (Rule 25-1)
Tractor Marks are recognised as abnormal conditions.
5. PROTECTION OF YOUNG TREES AND TURF NURSERY
a) Trees identified by white tape or staked. If interfering with players' stance or area of intended swing the ball must be lifted without penalty and dropped in accordance with the procedure described in rule 24-2b(i) Immovable Obstruction. The ball may be cleaned when so lifted. Plastic animal protectors do not constitute a staked tree.
b) Any ball coming to rest within a blue posted area may be lifted, cleaned and dropped without penalty as prescribed above at the nearest point of relief on the side of the area being played.
c) The Turf Nursery between 10a, 11th and 16th is ground under repair from which play is prohibited.
6. ROADS & PATHS
A ball coming to rest on any road or path having artificial surface on the course, should be treated as for an immovable obstruction, relief being afforded as rule 25-2b.
On days of competitions, practice is only allowed on the designated practice areas. See the professional or the notice boards.