Saturday 15th June 2024: The course is fully open. Please see latest news for further information

Course Status for Saturday 15th June 2024

Course Status for 15th June 2024

 

 

The Course is fully open.

Trollies are allowed on the fairways, however, please keep them off the tee boxes and areas between the greenside bunkers and the greens.

Buggies (club-owned) are allowed on the fairways except for Holes 2 and 18 where they are still programmed to keep to the pathways.

Buggies (privately owned single-seater motorised scooters) are allowed on the fairways except for Holes 2 and 18, please observe this request!

The course set up is Acceptable (Qualifying)

Sunrise today will be at: 04:44

Sun sets today at: 21:32

Duration of daylight for today: 16 Hours 48 minutes

The weather for today in six words (Max): Mixture of Sunshine and Showers.

The last suggested tee time for a four-ball to complete their round in daylight is: 17:16.

Bunkers which are marked with a stake should be classified as GUR (Ground Under Repair).

For the area around the refigured 17th green, the mound on the 17th hole is now open and in play. The bunker on the right has been marked with yellow stakes as to be treated the same as the ditch running round the right side of the green.

There is now a drop zone for the captains pool on the 16th hole. If your ball finds the water then drop in this zone with the usual penalty.

Golfers are asked not to use the gated entrance and exit by our Lakeview Restaurant when they are entering as well as egressing the course.

All Golfers must use the Golfer’s Tunnel Entrance and Exit.

Please remember to book in at our shop, prior to going to the first tee or the fishing lake.

Please take care of the course, therefore rake any bunkers if you have visited one, replace any divots and repair your pitch marks.

The local rule of CLEAN WIPE AND PLACE is now removed therfore, play as it lies is now reinstated, with the exception of hole 2.

For Hole 2 only, the Model local rule for clean wipe and place will stay in place on this hole until further notice. However, this only applies to the fairway and shortly mown areas on hole 2, not if your ball goes right onto the 5th hole when playing hole 2 (Fairway and closely mown areas).

The average time for a Four (4) Ball to play a round of golf at peak times is Four Hours and Fifteen Minutes.

Hope you enjoy your round of golf!

This information was updated on 15th June 2024 at 06:25

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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