PLAYERS INSTRUCTIONS DURING COVID - 19 

      DURING THE ROUND ALL PLAYERS MUST RESPECT THE 2M SOCIAL DISTANCING 

  • UP TO 2 BALL OR 1 BALL ALLOWED 

  • CLUB HOUSE IS CLOSED AS WELL AS SHOP

  • DRINKS AND COFFEE OR TEA AVAILABLE ONLY FOR TAKEAWAY 

  • FOLLOW SIGNS TO PAY PLEASE PAY BY CARD IF YOU CAN  

  • NO SHARING OF GOLF CLUBS EACH PLAYER MUST HAVE OWN SET 

  • TEE TIMES WILL BE AT 8 MINUTE INTERVALS 

  • PLEASE TEE OFF SOON AS CLEAR ON FIRST TEE (PLAYERS PAST BUNKERS)

  • TEE OFF FROM 1ST TEE UNLESS TOLD 

  • IF LOSE HOLE AHEAD LET PLAYERS BEHIND THROUGH 

  • ALWAYS KEEP UP WITH PLAYERS IN FRONT - AVOID SLOW PLAY 4 HOUR ROUND MAX

  • BUGGIES NOW NOT IN USE 

      TEEING AREAS  

  • PLAYERS MUST RESPECT THE 2M SOCIAL DISTANCING AT ALL TIMES 

  • BALL WASHERS HAVE BEEN COVERED AND MUST NOT BE USED 

  • BINS LIDS HAVE BEEN TAKEN OFF THEY CAN BE USED BUT PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH 

  • BENCHES MUST NOT BE USED 

  • PLAY FROM YELLOW TEES (MENS)  RED TEES (LADIES)  ONLY 

      GENERAL 

  • DO NOT LOOK FOR LOST IF IN DOUBT PLAY A PROVISIONAL DONT GO BACK TO TEE 

  • DO NOT PICK UP LOST BALLS AND TEES 

  • RESPECT 2M SOCIAL DISTANCE 

  • DO NOT SHARE CLUBS OR GOLF BALLS AT ALL TIMES 

      BUNKERS 

  • RAKES HAVE BEEN REMOVED 

  • USE YOU CLUB OR FOOT TO SMOOTH OUT TO YOUR BEST ABILITY

      PUTTING GREEN

  • LEAVE THE FLAGSTICK IN AT ALL TIMES DO NOT TOUCH THE FLAGSTICK 

  • PLAY SAFE BALL LIFTER HAS BEEN INSTALLED 

  • USE YOU PUTTER T0 LIFT OUT BALL 

  • PUTT OUT SOON AS POSSIBLE OR ALLOW GIMMES AT PLAYERS DISCRETION  

COVID GUIDELINES FROM 14 SEP 2020
From Monday 14 September, golf clubs should be
cognisant of a change in the law which limits the size of
indoor and outdoor group gatherings in England to six
people.
On the course: Golf can continue to be played in
accordance with existing ‘Play Safe, Stay Safe’
guidance. Groupings must not consist of more than six
people.
Off the course: Clubhouses can continue to cater for
multiple groups each containing a maximum of six
people from different households. However, golfers in
one group must avoid merging with golfers from
another group to create a single gathering in excess of
six people.
Society and team event organisers should take special
care to ensure different groups of six from within their
party do not merge to form larger groups before, during
or after a round. Travel to and from golf venues should
continue to be in accordance with government
regulations.
We are awaiting further clarification on how the new
rulings affect committee meetings and group coaching
and will provide an update when available.