Course Care

Course Care

  • Replace and repair all divots by carrying and using sand buckets, even when carrying your bag
  • Repair lob marks on the green
  • Do not walk up the face of bunkers. Always leave a bunker by the way you entered it and smooth out your footmarks. Rakes must be left in the side of bunkers within reach and pointing in the direction of play.
  • Practice on fairways, in bunkers, or to a green is not permitted.
  • Use practice areas provided, exercising care at all times.
  • All Members should be on the lookout for vandals and trespassers. Vigilance in this way may help reduce the extent of vandalism and damage on the course.
  • Please advise trespassers e.g.: joggers, people walking dogs, etc. that the Golf Course is private property.
  • Whilst every effort is made to minimise work on the course during competition play, sometimes it is unavoidable. Grounds Staff have right away on the course.
  • Please  use good judgement in times of bad weather.

Motorised Carts

  • There must not be more than two persons to each motorised cart.
  • Drivers of motorised carts must hold a current motor vehicle licence.
  • Motorised carts must not be driven over tees and must not be driven within twenty metres of any green or inside lines marked on fairways indicating no carts.
  • Motorised carts must not be driven between bunkers and greens or on shoulders of greens. IE: No short cuts!
  • When paths are provided, motorised carts must use them.
  • Players using motorised carts must maintain their normal place in the field and have no special priority.
  • All signs on the course relating to motorised cart use must be observed at all times.
  • Children must not be left unattended in a motorised cart.
  • Only two sets of clubs are permitted for each motorised cart.
  • Motorised carts are to be parked away from greens. Please obey parking notices.
  • Players failing to comply with these rules designed to preserve the course, could lose their privilege to drive motorised carts.