There will be an information board in the Reception area on the ground floor. There will be no scoreboards on the course.
Matches will be played from the England Golf Tee Markers. Pin position charts will be produced daily. Drinks and snacks for spectators will be available at a half-way house situated by the 7th Hole.
The Local Rules are listed below. England Golf Hard Card Rules and the England Golf Code of Conduct Rules will be in operation during County Match Week.
OUT OF BOUNDS
- As defined by the boundary of the course
- 18th Hole, the course-side edge of Links Road to the left of the hole
- 18th Hole, the course side edge of the path to the rear of the 18th Green
ROADS AND PATHS
All road and paths on the course, even if not artificially surfaced, are treated as immoveable obstructions, from which free relief is allowed
Under Rule 16.1
Vehicle ruts in the general area may be treated as an abnormal course condition and relief obtained under Rule 16.1b. This does not apply to faint surface indentations.
All ground outside the boundary of the Courses, 18th Hole, on or over Links Road to the left of the hole. The metalled path to the rear of the 18th green.
STONES IN BUNKERS
Stones in bunkers are moveable obstructions (Rule 24-1 applies)
Immovable obstructions close to putting green; in addition to the types of interference described in Rule 16.1a, when a ball lies in the general area, interference also exists if an immovable obstruction is on the player’s line of play, is within 2 club-lengths of the putting green, and is within 2 club-lengths of the ball. The player may take relief under Rule 16.1b. Exception – There is no relief under this Local rule if the player chooses a line of play that is clearly unreasonable.
If there are any additional local rules, these will be given to the players on the practice day and provided each day with the pin positions.
Please be aware of the following hazards:
- Road crosses the front of 1st tee
- Keep to the centre of any steeper slopes
- Tee banks are slippery
- Sunken irrigation heads on green surrounds
- Beware cyclists when crossing bridleways
- Beware deep rabbit scrapes, both visible and in the rough
- Beware badger holes in the rough
- Adders are seen at times around the course
There will be rules officials located around the course and a chief referee who will be responsible for maintaining the pace of play.