Practicing on the Course

It has come to Council’s attention that there are a few golfers causing a lot of damage on the course by over practicing.
The rule of the club is that if you are practicing alone you can only use 2 balls to practice, if you are in a practicing with someone else then only one ball each is allowed.

It seems that there are a few who dropping 5 or 6 balls at the 150m markers and hitting into the green.  This is totally prohibited, any golfer caught doing this will have their handicap suspended.

Also chipping or putting onto greens with with more than 2 golf balls is also prohibited.

It is your course, so it is in your interest to make sure that the fairways and greens are not being damaged.

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