A gentle reminder from Golf Professional Keil Beveridge.
“Unfortunately, it has been brought to our attention that there has been a drop in standards of etiquette on our golf course.
The guidelines for good golf etiquette are there for several very important reasons – your safety and that of others and for the maintenance and upkeep of the course.
Be Kind to the Course
- Keep trolleys and bags away from greens.
The wheels on trolleys and the weight of golf bags can damage these sensitive areas.
- Repair your divots.
- Repair your ball marks on the green.
- Always rake bunkers after hitting to erase your footprints.
Players who are found to breach these rules will be reported to the committee and action may be taken.
Donald and his team will be working aerating the greens on Monday 12th April. Aerification is a mechanical process that creates more air space in the soil and promotes deeper rooting, thus helping the grass plants stay healthy. This may cause disruption and is weather dependant.”