SCORECARD

Hole

Player

Marker

Men

Gold / Black

Women

Jade / Silver

1

2

Result

1

2

Result

Index

Par

Metres

Index

Par

Metres

1

      

14

5

459

12

5

380

2

      

18

4

294

14

4

207

3

      

6

4

362

8

4

293

4

      

8

3

138

16

3

85

5

      

2

4

354

2

4

296

6

      

16

5

462

4

5

386

7

      

12

3

143

18

3

100

8

      

4

4

364

6

4

282

9

      

10

4

344

10

4

278

1 (10)

      

14

5

490

12

5

380

2 (11)

      

18

4

322

14

4

207

3 (12)

      

6

4

390

8

4

293

4 (13)

      

8

3

150

16

3

85

5 (14)

      

2

4

383

2

4

296

6 (15)

      

16

5

499

4

5

386

7 (16)

      

12

3

152

18

3

100

8 (17)

      

4

4

402

6

4

282

9 (18)

      

10

4

385

10

4

278

IN

       

36

3,173

 

36

2,574

OUT

       

36

2,920

 

36

2,307

TOTAL

       

72

6,093

 

72

4,881

Deduct Handicap

       

72.0

S/R

 

71.0

S/R

Nett Score

            

LOCAL RULES

 1.  Out of Bounds (Rule 18.2) FORM

The boundary is defined by white stakes with black tops and the wire boundary fence.

 2.  Provisional Ball for Ball in a Penalty Area

"If a player does not know whether his or her ball is in the red penalty areas to the left of the 2nd and 3rd fairways, the player may play a provisional ball under Rule 18.3, which is modified in this way:

In playing the provisional ball, the player may use the stroke-and-distance relief option (see Rule 17.1d(1), the back-on-the-line relief option (see Rule 17.1d(2)) or, the lateral relief option (see Rule 17.1d(3)).

Once the player has played a provisional ball under this Rule, he or she may not use any further options under Rule 17.1 in relation to the original ball.

In deciding when that provisional ball becomes the player's ball in play or if it must or may be abandoned, Rule 18.3c(2) and 18.3c(3) apply except that:

           When Original Ball Is Found in Penalty Area Within Three-Minute Search Time.  The player may choose either to:

  •  Continue to play the original ball as it lies in the penalty area, in which case the provisional ball must not be played.
  •  Continue to play the provisional ball in which case the original ball must not be played.

When Original Ball Is Not Found Within Three-Minute Search Time or Is Known or Virtually Certain to Be in Penalty Area.  The provisional ball becomes the player's ball in play.

 3.  No Play Zones

Young trees and shrubs identified by stakes are no play zones

If a player’s ball lies anywhere on the course other than in a penalty area and it lies on or touches such a tree or such a tree interferes with the player’s stance or intended swing, the player must take relief without penalty under Rule 16.1f

If a player’s ball is in a penalty area and touches or lies on such a tree, the player must take penalty relief under Rule 17.1d or 17.2. But if such a tree only interferes with the player’s stance or swing the player may take free relief under Rule 17.1e ORM

4.  Immovable Obstructions Close to Putting Greens

When the ball is in the general area or on the green, the player may take relief under Rule 16.1b if an immovable obstruction is on the line of play, within two club-lengths of the green and within two club-lengths of the ball.  SHORTORM

 5.  Treating Movable Objects to Be Immovable

All stakes and ropes on the course are treated as immovable obstructions from which free relief is allowed under Rule 16.1. Relief is not allowed to be taken under Rule 15.2.

 Penalty for Breach of Local Rules

Unless otherwise noted, the penalty for breach of a Local Rule is the General Penalty.