Rules

A player may roll the ball over in the FAIRWAY ONLY. You CANNOT fluff or roll ball over in rough. You may move ball in bunker to a cleaner lie until rakes are allowed back on the course. During the wet season players may pick, clean and place their ball. We typically will give relief when a ball rests on a root or on a rock. Virtually every OB on the course we penalize as a lateral hazard. We do this to keep the pace of play moving. In the event of a total lost ball, you must drop at point of entry. YOU MUST DROP BALL WITHIN 2 club lengths of the point of entry. All OB and lost ball is a 1 stroke penalty. Casual water / mud is no penalty

Hole #1 – Left side near houses is OB. Drop where ball crossed OB line (not where it ended up after hitting a house!). If ball resting against net, player may take 2 club length relief from net in order to have a stance.

Hole #2 – Left side near houses is OB. Drop where ball crossed OB line. If ball resting against net, player may take 2 club length relief from net in order to have a stance. Tee shots hit into pond can be played from drop area on other side of pond

Hole #3 – Left side and beyond green is OB. If there is a chance your ball ended up OB you must hit a provisional from the tee box. You do not drop at point of OB. If ball resting against net, player may take 2 club length relief from net in order to have a stance

Hole #4 – Left side beyond fence area is OB. Drop where ball crossed OB line. If ball resting against net, player may take 2 club length relief from net in order to have a stance

Hole #5 – Lost ball, drop at point of entry.

Hole #6 – Lost ball, drop at point of entry.

Hole #7 – Ball in water should be hit from tee side of hazard. Lost ball, drop at point of entry.

Hole #8 – Lost ball, drop at point of entry.

Hole #9 – OB left and behind green. Drop at point of entry

WHEN IN DOUBT OF ANY RULES ASK YOUR OPPONENT!!!!!!