Robin Hood Golf Club
18 Hole Medal
Boys and Girls aged 10-18 on 1st January 2021.
Girls off Red Tees
Boys off White Tees
Parental Consent forms must be forwarded for players under 18 years on the day of the competition.
Local Rules are on back of scorecard. Additional Local Rules as follows: Out of Bounds (Rule 18.2a): When playing 5th, on or beyond the path between the 5th and the outdoor range bays. Penalty Areas (Rule 17.1a): Where ponds on 2nd and 16th are edged by sleepers, a ball lying on the sleepers or in the channel between turf and sleepers is in the Penalty Area. Note, the red posted area in the vicinity of the left 6th pond is one penalty area. Animal Dung (Local Rule F-12): At the player’s option, dung from a fox may be treated either: • As a loose impediment that may be removed under Rule 15.1, or • As Ground under repair from which relief is allowed under Rule 16.1. Abnormal Course Conditions (Rule 16.1): Newly laid drains on 12th hole are Ground Under Repair. Interference exists and relief may be taken if ball is on or touching the area. But, interference does not exist if the area only interferes with the player’s stance. All areas marked with a white line are Ground Under Repair. Relief may be taken at player’s option. Immovable Obstruction item 2d on reverse of card is extended to include the gazebo at rear and the toilets to the left of 8th green. Immovable Obstruction item 2e on reverse of card is extended to include the net protecting the red tee on 6th. Immovable Obstruction item 2f on the reverse of the card has been extended to include the roped off area to the right of 6th fairway at the end of the main practice ground. This area includes the ditch and the path running to 3rd hole. The ditch is not a penalty area. If ball cannot be found, another ball may be put in play (Rule 16.1e). Note, Line of play relief is not available from an immovable obstruction or other abnormal course conditions unless ball is on the putting green. When taking relief under Rule 16.1, the player should drop the original ball or another ball in and play it from the following relief area: • Reference Point: Nearest point of relief (if ball not found, estimated point where the ball last crossed the Abnormal Ground Condition). • Size of Relief Area Measured from Reference Point: one club-length from the reference point, but with these limits: • Limits on Location of Relief Area: o Must be in the general area o Must not be nearer the hole than the reference point, and o Must be complete relief
The contact for this competition is Terry Porter