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Expectations of Players


- Be still and quiet when another player is making a stroke.
- Always wait until those ahead are out of range before making a stroke. - Keep your golfing theories to yourself.
- Be courteous to everyone on the course.


- The Committee strongly encourages members to bring visitors.
- Members are responsible for their guests whilst on the club premises.


- Repair pitch marks.
- Fill divots.
- Keep buggies off the greens.
- Place litter in the bins provided.
- Smooth the sand as you leave a bunker.
- Place rakes in bunkers approximately parallel to the line of play.



- Players must arrive 15 minutes before hit off time. Players arriving late may be required to play at the tail of the field.

- Avoid slow play by placing your buggy to the side nearest the next tee, moving off the green to count your score, during Stableford or Par comps if you cannot score on a hole, move to the next tee and keep up with the group in front of you.

- Let other players play through if you lose a ball.
- Any group which falls one clear hole behind the field must either - (a)

Move quickly to catch up or, (b) Allow the group following to pass,

preferably the former.
- When playing practice rounds, a maximum of TWO balls may be played

(and can only be played from tee to green). Holes are to be played in sequence.


Players are to be suitably attired at all times, both on the course and in the Clubhouse. This includes:
- No Bare Feet, Thongs or Open Shoes are allowed.
- No metal spiked golf shoes are to be worn in the Clubhouse.

- Sports socks are to be worn with shorts.
- No hats or caps may be worn in the Clubhouse.
- A shirt must be worn at all times (no singlet’s).
Members or guest unsuitably dressed may be requested to leave the premises.


- Intoxicated individuals will be requested to leave the premises.


- Smoking is not permitted in any building



- Failure to adhere to the rules of golf, the clubs local rules and it’s expectations may lead to a players suspension.

- Conduct prejudical to the interest of the club could lead to suspension or even expulsion from the club.

- It is the duty of the lowest handicapped player in each group to see that his
fellow competitors observe the rules of golf, the clubs local rules and expectations.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which work and live and pay our respects to all Elders past, present and emerging

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