Results – Winners

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Local Rules

To be read in conjunction with rules of golf

Out of Bounds

Those areas beyond the boundary fences.
The car parking area including associated kerbing and gutter

HAZARDS

Water hazards are defined by yellow stakes and/or lines.
Lateral Water Hazards are defined by red stakes and/or lines.

Note: The stakes are immovable obstructions

Ground under repair

All areas defined by white stakes and/or lines.

Note: The stakes are immovable obstructions.

Any area through the green that has been top-dressed with sand or soil
The practice putting greens near the club house.
All ornamental gardens
All ant hills which are not readily removable.

Stake trees or Shrubs

If a tree or shrub which is staked interferes with the player’s stance or area of intended swing the player MUST take relief as provided in Rule 24-2b(i) (immovable obstruction)

Note: The stakes are immovable obstructions

FIXED SPRINKLER heads and tap covers

These are immovable obstructions and relief from interference by them may be obtained under Rule 24.2.

Local Rule In addition,

If a ball, which is not in a hazard, lies within 2 club lengths of an immovable obstruction that is within 2 club lengths of the putting green and the obstruction interferes with the line of play to the hole, the player may take relief without penalty.

Access roads and cart paths

Through the green

All paths, access roads and any area that has been top dressed with sand or soil, excluding divots, may be treated as ground under repair (GUR).

A player may proceed in accordance with the rules of golf

Penalty for breach of local rule

Matchplay            Loss of hole

Stroke play           2 strokes

PIN PLACEMENTS

Orange Flag         Front

White Flag –         Centre

Black & Yellow Flag –          Back