Scorecard & Local Rules
Due to our course redevelopment, the course is currently playable on 9 Holes, 18 Tees.
|Hole No||Par Men||Blue Tees||Par Women||Red Tees|
- Out of bounds: (Rule 18 applies)
- All ground beyond the club fencing
- No Play Zones: (Rule 16.1f applies)
- Staked trees and shrubs under 1 metre in height
- Xanthorrhea Australis (Grass Trees)
- All areas within the OCCM and the Lonsdale Shores construction sites.
- Ground under Repair. Areas defined by white stakes, white lines and/or GUR signage.
- Immovable Obstructions: (Rule 16.1 applies):
- All stakes and ropes defining GUR areas, penalty areas and No Play Zones.
- All artificially surfaced roads and paths including raised concrete edging.
- All fences which prevent entry to the Lonsdale Shores construction site.
- The Telstra tower and associated structures.
- Sprinkler Heads near to Greens
The player may take relief under Rule 16.1 if a sprinkler head or tap cover is on the line of play, and is:
- Within two club-lengths of the putting green, and
- Within two club-lengths of the ball.
- Alternative to Stroke and Distance for Lost Ball or Ball Out of Bounds
When a player’s ball has not been found or is known or virtually certain to be out of bounds the player may proceed under the Stroke and Distance Local Rule for a penalty of two strokes, rather than proceeding under stroke and distance. This Local Rule is not available if a provisional ball has been played. See Pro-shop for full details of the Local Rule.
- Telstra Tower
If it is known or virtually certain that a player’s ball hit the tower the stroke does not count. The player must play a ball without penalty from where the previous stroke was made (see Rule 14.6).
The General Penalty applies for a breach of the Local Rules.
Sprinkler Heads – Measurements are to the centre of the green.
Temporary Local Rules are located on the wall of the Pro shop.
Sand Buckets – All players should carry a bucket with sand to repair divots.
Please repair pitch marks on the greens.
Safety – It is a player’s responsibility to call “fore” if a shot played is off its intended course and is could be in danger of hitting another person.