Course News

Posted on: 12 March

Ladies tees have been created for all 18 holes with distance markers placed in the tee boxes.

The first tee has been enlarged to give greater flexibility for tee positioning. The bunker at the end of the fairway has been enlarged.

The eighth green is in play after being re-modelled.

The seventh tee has been re-designed and the hole lengthened. 

Work in the area adjacent to the 15th green down to the dam has begun & will improve drainage.

All tee areas now have large sand buckets on the tees to enable members & social players to repair their divots as they play.
A new boundary fence has been built adjacent to the 13th green (with the area between the fence & the concrete path marked with blue stakes designating a garden,
and a new fence has also been built behind the 15th green. All boundary fences define “out of bounds”

Reminder – Red markers identify a ”Lateral Water Hazard” and a penalty stroke applies if a players ball enters within the line of the markers and the player takes relief out of the hazard

All open drains are now hazards and are marked by red stakes – refer to the notice board for rules of play.

All course holes have been re-measured, and new signage has been installed.

All par 4 holes have had distance markers blue 150 metres and red 100 metres placed in the middle of the fairway (except the 6th & 7th which have only a 100 metremarker).

New gardens and concrete paths continue to be created throughout the course – refer to the Notice Board for rules for relief.

Mulched areas  beneath trees are to be treated as gardens and relief can be taken to the nearest point of relief (not nearer the hole) without penalty.

Garden has been created adjacent to the ladies 1st tee marked with blue stakes.

At the 11th & 12th holes – the area between the path & the boundary fence is marked with blue stakes and is to be played as Ground under repair. Refer to the Notice Board for rules of play.

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