a) The left of hole 1.
b) The left of hole 3.
c) The left and right of hole 4.
d) The right of hole 5.
e) The left of hole 9.
f) The deer farm (Left of hole 16).
g) Hole 12 beyond the Green
a) Water hazards are defined by yellow stakes or lines.
b) Lateral water hazards are defined by red stakes or lines.
c) Hazards stakes are movable obstructions.
d) The exact margin of the water hazards is defined by the waterside inside edge of the concrete sides of the hazards.
a) Distance marker posts.
b) Drainage sumps.
c) Sprinkler heads.
d) Directional sign posts.
e) All cart path and service roads.
f) Electrical control boxes and lighting poles.
g) Young trees with white paint/while stakes.
a) Areas marked with a white line
b) Bare areas of ground within one club length on the fairway side of cart paths
c) Bare areas and cracks in bunkers caused by erosion
a) Half-way houses and rain shelters
b) Flower beds
The ball must be played as it lies or declared unplayable (Rules 28)
Stones in bunkers are movable obstructions.
Through the green, a ball embedded in its own pitch mark in the ground may be lifted without penalty cleaned and dropped as near as possible to where it lay but not nearer the hole. The ball when dropped must first strike a part of the course through the green.
Continuous blast of 1 minute – STOP PLAY
A series of short blasts – RESUME PLAY
2 long blasts – ABANDON PLAY
PENALTY FOR BREACH OF LOCAL RULE
Match play – Loss of hole : Stroke play – Two strokes.