Etiquette and slow play
Players must carry a sand bucket and repair divots and pitch marks.
Holes and footprints in bunkers are to be raked smooth, and rakes left in the bottom of the bunker parallel with the direction of play.
Ball marks and other marks on greens are to be repaired in accordance with the Rules of Golf, and players must ensure no damage is done to the greens by flagsticks or equipment.
Members are encouraged to wheel buggies with wide flat wheels across greens to spread wear and tear.
Always replace flagsticks correctly, and play from the tee markers of the day.
The player with the lowest handicap in the group is to assume the role of Captain and be responsible for the observance of the Rules of Golf including etiquette, and alert the group of slow play. Searching for a lost ball is permitted for five minutes, but the Captain must judge a “call through” of following players, especially when it is apparent the ball will not be easily found.
Position in field
All players must be aware of their position in the field.
Gauge your position from the group in FRONT, not the group behind.
You must be up to the group in FRONT, to be IN position.
The policy of the Club is to improve the pace of play for the enjoyment of ALL. Groups monitored and warned about being out of position, must improve their position, or risk being asked to stand aside and/or be penalised by the Match Committee or Marshall.