LOCAL RULES

All distance markings are to the beginning of the green.
Pin positions:
Flags are in the different colors and represent as follows:
RED – front of the green
YELLOW – middle of the green
WHITE –back of the green
All greens are of depth 30-35 m
 
1. Ball out of bounds (Rule 27-1)
Beyond white stakes on holes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11, 13,15  
2. Water hazard (Rule 26)
Water hazards are marked with yellow stakes, lateral water hazards are marked with red stakes. Stakes are part of the course.
3. Immovable obstructions
All layout boards, tee markers, benches, stone fence of bunkers on 5th hole and all fixed sprinkler heads are immovable obstructions. Relief from interference may be taken under Rule 24-2.
4. Stones in Bunkers (Rule 24-1)
Stones in bunker are movable obstruction, and player may take relief under Rule 24-1
5. Stone fence in bunkers on 5th hole (Rule 24-2)
On the right side of 5th hole are bunkers with stone fence. If that fence interfere player in stroke, relief can be taken under Rule 24-2, not closer to the hole.
6. Stones along the road on hole nbr. 18 –movable obstruction (Rule 24-1)
On hole nbr. 18, along the right side of the golf cart road, stones are placed to present a fence for golf c arts. If stones interfere player in stroke, relief with no penalty can be taken, not closer to the hole. If the ball moves as the result of moving stone, ball should be returned at the original position, with no penalty.
7. Ground under repair
All areas marked with blue stakes, are ground under repair.
8. Fixed Sprinkler Heads (Rule 24-2) immovable obstructions
All fixed sprinkler heads are immovable obstructions. Rule 24-2 applies.
Providing relief from intervention by immovable obstructions on or within two club-lengths of the putting green when the ball lies within two club-lengths of the immovable obstruction.
9. Golf cart paths
All artificially created cart paths are immovable obstructions. All other natural paths, rock fences are part of the course.
10. Electrical and distance-measuring devices
Players can use electrical and distance-measuring devices to measure or gauge distances. Devices must be limited to measuring distance only.
 
Please repair (yours and others) divots and pitch marks on a greens and use golf cart paths whenever is possible.
We wish you a good game!