1.   Out of Bounds

  1. Beyond the wire fences, railings or walls bounding the course.
  2. On or over the tarmacadam surface surrounding the Clubhouse and in the car park. The wall and cement kerb defines the boundary.

 2.   Water Hazards (Rule 26-1)

Ponds in front of the 2nd tee, front of the 10th green, left of the 10th green and front of the 11th tee marked by yellow stakes.

 3.   Lateral Water Hazards (Rule 26-1c)

  1. That part of the pond on the left of the 1st green and in front of the 11th tee marked by red stakes.
  2. The pond to the right of the 2nd fairway.

 4.    Integral Parts of the Course

  1. Machinery sheds, concrete apron, hardcore extension, and all internal walls are integral parts of the course; the ball must be played as it lies or be declared unplayable under Rule 28.
  2. On the 10th hole the artificial pathway on the right hand side is deemed to be an integral part of the course for the length of the hole.
  3. All drinking fountains and shelter at the 6th hole are immovable obstructions
    (Rule 24-2).

 5.  Staked  Trees

If a staked tree interferes with the player’s stance or the area of his intended swing, the ball shall be deemed to be interfered with by an immovable obstruction and the player must take relief as provided by Rule 24-2B.

 6.   G.U.R.

  1. Tree stumps and disturbed ground from recently removed trees may be treated as G.U.R.
  2. Any open slit drains filled with gravel.
  3. All areas marked with a white line.
  4. All drainage slits that the ball lies in.

 7.  Stones in Bunkers

Stones in Bunkers are movable obstructions (Rule 24-1 applies).

8.  Course Distance Markers

  1. Yellow Stakes: 150 metres to centre of green
  2. Red Stakes: 100 metres to centre of green

 9.  Aeration Holes

A ball that comes to rest in or on an aeration hole may be lifted without penalty, cleaned and dropped, as near as possible to the spot where it lay but not nearer the hole. The ball when dropped must first strike a part of the course through the green. On the putting green, a ball that comes to rest in or on an aeration hole may be placed at the nearest spot not nearer the hole that avoids the situation.

10. Penalty for Breach of Local Rule

Match play: loss of hole

Stroke play: two strokes