CLUB DAYS Women ~ Tuesday 9:30 am Mixed 9 Holers ~ Tuesday 9:30 am
Mixed ~ Thursday 10.00am DST 9:30 am DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIMETABLE NOW IN PLACE BRIAN TUNNICLIFFE MEATPACKS 10.am START
Men ~ Saturday 10.00am DST 9:30 am DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIMETABLE NOW IN PLACE
RATES Non Affiliated18 Holes $40.00 Affiliated 18 Holes $35.00 Playing with Financial member 18 Holes $20.00 Limited to3 additional Players 9 Holes $20.00 No Reciprocal Rates Fridays $20 Minimum No reciprocal Rates Trundlers $5
Cart Hire: $40/Visitor Round Affiliated $35.00 $20/PGC Member
Cart Bookings:Booking hours are between 8am and 3pm each day by phoning 0221621300 All carts MUST returned to the Club House 6pm at the very latest
Group Bookings: Please contact Club Captain for competitive rates Colin Anderson 021998851
Honesty box cash payment or EFTPOS available and EFTPOS, Credit Cards(5% Surcharge) or phone banking at Starter box when open or in club lounge.
*All players must provide proof of payment upon request by staff*
*Repair all Pitch Marks on Greens * Replace all Divot * No Trundlers on Greens * Use Litter Bins A Reasonable Standard of Dress is Required on the Course & in the Clubhouse at all times
TWILIGHT/BUSINESS HOUSE GOLF Starts again FEBRUARY 2nd Sponsored by LINN MOTORS PAEROA
• Get a team together -players and non players - and come and have some fun!! • Wednesdays 4.30pm - 6pm • Teams of Three or Four - handicap according to their experience Format - 9 hole Ambrose each player counts at least 2 of their Tee shots
The reason for the majority of the changes to the rules was to speed the game up. Most members acknowledge the use of and reference to “ready golf” is great without making it a club policy. Here are highlights to review.
The change in rule “looking for lost ball”
You only have 3 minutes now, NOT the previous 5 (which was never adhered to anyway).
4 people looking for a ball is effectively still 12 minutes. It is up the lowest handicapper to call time out and move on if a lost ball cannot be found. The club has the local rule in this instance which should be used sooner than losing a hole up front causing delays.
On the green:
Yes you can putt when ready provided you are not affecting the line of your partners play. Leaving the pin in is an advantage in this area sooner than someone wait for someone to hold it for you. It’s your call.
You cannot hold the pin and putt when you are close to the hole. (it’s a 2 shot penalty). If you stand close to the pin and can touch it, you are deemed to be holding it.
The ONLY time a gimme is allowed is while playing Matchplay. And only to acknowledge the winning hole.
If playing in a club competition, the player MUST still putt out for his score. NO EXCEPTIONS