We strongly urge you to carefully read and adhere to both - operational rules and local rules and thus prevent possible unnecessary problems and misunderstandings.
Penalty for violation of local rules
Stroke play - Two strokes
Match play - Loss of hole
Valid from 11 February 2015
I. Golf ball lies in short cut area
If the ball lies in short cut grass, the player is allowed to pick up and clean the ball, after marking the spot. Ball has to be placed within a original scorecards’s length from the marked spot, but no closer to the hole.
Short cut grass mean any length equal or shorter then fairway.
Boundaries of the course are marked by white stakes or fencing on holes 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8 and 9.
III. Inner bounds
Inner boundaries on holes 6 right and left (to edge of tree nursery), 7 left from bunker adn 9 right are valid only when playing those holes. On the 3rd and 4th hole right are inner bounds of driving range and they are valid when playing every hole. There is no entering alowed.
IV. Water Hazards
Water hazards are marked by red and yellow stakes o holes n. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.
V. Grounds under repair
Grounds under repair are marked by blue stakes or blue lines. Paths on the course are considered grounds under repair. The newly laid turf drainage is considered ground under repair.
VI. Immovable obstructions
Stakes of inner borders
Information signs, billboards.
Benches, rubbish bins, golf ball washers.
Irrigation system and its components.
Net by the green of the 5th hole. If this is obstructing your game in any way, you may use the drop zone.
VII. Movable obstructions
All red, yellow, blue and green-blue stakes.
VII. GUR connected with immovable obstruction
If the GUR is connected with any immovable obstruction, than its territory changes to immovable obstruction too.