1. Out of Bounds (Rule 2.1)

A/ Beyond any white stakes fence or white line defining the boundary of the course
B/ Internal out of bounce, during play of hole number 12, on the right hand side, white stakes define internal out of bounce. These stakes are treated as boundary objects during the play of hole Number 13. For all other holes, they are immovable obstructions.

2. Penalty areas (Rule 17)

A/ Penalty areas are defined by yellow stakes or lines, or by red stakes or lines.
B/ Relief must be taken from interference by No Play Zone in penalty areas marked with stakes with black or green tops, are areas where entry to and play from is prohibited. If a player’s ball lies in such area, the player must take relief, see Rule 17.1. If such area interferes with the player’s stance or swing, the player must take relief.

3.

A/ Loose Impediments (Rule 15.1.)
B/ Movable Obstructions (Rule 15.2.)
It is possible to move loose impediments and movable obstructions anywhere through the green.

4. Immovable Obstructions (Rule 16.1)

A/ Protection of Young Trees
Except in penalty areas, if a tree, that is not higher than 2 club lengths, it is an imovable obstruction the ball should be dropped in accordance with Rule 16.

Distances and Pace of play

A/ Distance stakes and stone markers on the fairways are measured to the front of the green.
B/ The length of each hole printed on the scorecard and on tee boxes are measured to the centre of green.
C/ Playing time for a four-ball playing 9 holes is 2 hours 20 minutes and for 18 holes
is 4 hours 40 minutes.

Penalty for Breach of Local Rules: Two Strokes in Stroke Play/Loss of Hole in Match Play.

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