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1. OUT OF BOUNDS (Rule 27-1)
Beyond all fences, hedges and white stakes forming the course boundaries.
On or beyond the path in front of and to the side of the clubhouse extending behind the 7th and 9th greens to the O.O.B. fence to the right of the 7th green.
2. OBSTRUCTIONS (Rule 24).
Stones in bunkers are moveable obstructions. (Rule 24-1)
Relief from immovable obstructions is obtained under Rule 24-2b.
Immovable obstructions close to the putting green.
The specimen Local Rules page 129 in Rules of Golf applies.
All artificially surfaced roads and paths (Rule 24-2b(i) applies).
All red, blue and yellow stakes are immovable obstructions (Rule 24-2b applies).
3. GROUND UNDER REPAIR. (Rule 25-1)
All areas surrounded by white lines are G.U.R. from which play is prohibited.
The blue staked area defined by blue stakes between the 3rd and 14th fairways from which play is prohibited.
Deep tractor marks (not mere indentations) and horses hoof marks.
Stone filled areas covering drains.
4. WATER HAZARDS (Rule 26).
Ordinary water hazards are indicated by yellow stakes, blocks or lines.
Lateral water hazards are indicated by red stakes or lines.
5. OVERHEAD POWER LINES (Rule 343-8/13).
If a ball strikes an overhead power line the player must disregard the stroke, abandon the ball and play another ball at the spot from which the original ball was played in accordance with Rule 20-5.
6. A ball coming to rest in the hedge bordering the conservation area to the west of Hole No1 green and deemed unplayable and precludes the player exercising rule 28(b) and (c) may be dropped in the dropping zone to the north of Hole No1 green under penalty of one shot.
PENALTY FOR BREACH OF LOCAL RULE
Match Play – Loss of Hole
Stroke Play – Two Strokes
ALL PLAYERS MUST TAKE CARE WITH THEIR SHOTS WHILST DOG WALKERS AND MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE ON THE FOOTPATHS OF THE GOLF COURSE.