Buggy Policy

Buggy Use on the course 

  • A Buggy is defined as a sit on/motorised golf vehicle.
  • Buggies are allowed on the course by permission of the committee
  • Any golf buggy user must be aware of any winter restrictions for use of the buggy and abide by committee decisions.

Winter use of buggies on the course
  • Winter use of the buggy will be implemented by the committee and their decisions must be followed.
  • Buggies must be kept on the recommended route in the rough.
  • The may be driven straight across the fairways to get to the rough the other side, but may not stop on the fairways, or turn on the fairways.

Buggies kept at the club
  • A container has been purchased by 3 members and is on club land.
  • The is for specific person use only and other golf equipment should not be kept in there.
  • Space in the container is for the golfing life of the specific person and on resignation from the golf club, the space reverts to Golf club ownership for no cost (this is in lieu of annual ground rent)


Agreed 16th January 2019

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The course is open and in good condition Please check the diary for availability The following rules apply as of 9th October 2019 - When a player’s ball lies on a part of the general area cut to fairway height or less, it may be lifted once without penalty, and may be cleaned. They must replace the original ball, or another, on a spot within a relief area. • Reference Point: The spot of the original ball. • Relief Area: The size of the relief area is up to 6 inches (150 mm) from the reference point, not nearer the hole than the reference point, and which is in the general area. In proceeding under this local rule the player must choose a spot to place the ball and use the procedures for replacing the ball under rules 14.2b(2) and 14.2e. Penalty for breach of Local Rule: General Penalty (Match play: loss of hole, Stroke play: two stroke penalty) Note: When lifting a ball it is recommended that a player marks the position of the ball to establish a fixed reference point
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