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LOCAL RULES

 

 

 

  • Out of Bounds: white stakes (Rule 27)

 Beyond the lateral boundaries, the clubhouse, the terrace and the parking area.

 

  • Water hazards: yellow stakes (Rule 26)

 

  • Lateral water hazards: red stakes (Rule 26)

Hole 10: Behind the small pond, the ditch on the right as well as the right side of the ditch defined by red  stakes.

Hole 11: The dropping zone can be used at hole 11 if no point that is not nearer to the hole is available under penalty of 1 stroke.

Hole 13: If a ball is in the water hazard behind the 13th green, the player may proceed under R. 26-1 or, as an additional option, drop a ball in the dropping zone, under penalty of 1 stroke

Holes 13 & 15: The ditch on the left as well as the left side of the ditch defined by red stakes.

 

  • Ground under repair GUR: blue stakes (R. 25)

In case of any damage “through the green” made by the maintenance team, including deep ruts made by their vehicles, the player may play the ball as it lies or apply R.25-1.

When the ball is lying on the path to the left of the green on hole 9, and on the path to the right of the green on hole 16, the player may play the ball as it lies or take free relief under Rule 25.

 

  • Movable obstructions (R. 24-1)

 Stones in the bunkers, blue, yellow & red stakes, blue & white stakes defining water system,

black & yellow stakes indicating 150 m to the middle of green.

Please replace the stakes.

 

  • Immovable obstructions (R.24-2)

All the public paths, fences & gates within the limits of the course.

On hole 18: The military bunker.

All fixed sprinkler heads and the white 200m, yellow 150m, red 100m & blue 50m distance markers to the front of the green and all other metal or concrete disks.

If a ball lies through the green and an immovable obstruction within 2 club-lengths of the putting green and within 2 club-lengths of the ball intervenes on the line of play between the ball and the hole, the player may take relief as follows: The ball must be lifted and dropped at the nearest point to where the ball lay that (a) is not nearer the hole, (b) avoids intervention and (c) is not in a hazard or on the putting green.

 

  • Artificial Devices, Usual Equipment and Unusual Use of Equipment (R14-3)

A player may obtain distance information by using a device that measures distance only.

A mobile phone may only be used in case of a medical emergency or in match play for a serious rule problem.

 

  • Maintenance on the course:

If a hole or green is closed, a notice of the closure will be pinned to the Notice Board. In such cases, do not play the hole and mark your scorecard with the hole’s par plus any strokes you are entitled to.

 

  • Penalty for breach of any Local Rule:

 

Stroke play: 2 strokes.    —      Match play: loss of hole.

 

2017 version