Spalding Golf Club

Course Status

Stage 1 Course Open, no restrictions in place. Buggies please be mindful of puddles and wet areas. Please repair pitchmarks and divots. Updated: 7th Jul 2024

Fri 12
Sat 13
Sun 14

Local Rules

1. Out of Bounds (Rule 27)
a) Beyond any fence, hedge or line of white posts bounding the course. Where there is a line this defines the boundary.
b) Any part of the car park, clubhouse, patio area and steps, bungalows, caddy car shed, shop and surrounds as defined by white stakes.

2. Water Hazards (Rule 26)
Water hazards are marked by yellow stakes. Lateral water hazards are marked by Red stakes.

3. Staked Trees
Staked trees are immovable obstructions. Relief MUST be taken under Rule 24-2.

4. Stones in Bunkers
Stones in bunkers are movable obstructions.

5. Buildings
Unless otherwise stated all buildings are integral parts of the course.

6. Roads, Pathways and Bridge over dyke on 18 th hole
a) All gravel, or artificially surfaced roads and paths are immovable obstructions.
b) The part of the bridge on the 18 th hole within the lines of the hazard, as defined by yellow posts, is to be treated as an obstruction within the water hazard, i.e. the ball to be played as it lies, the club may be grounded (Rule 13-4). Alternatively the ball may be dropped out under penalty under Rule 26.
That part of the bridge approach and exit outside the lines of the hazard is an immovable obstruction. Rule 24-2 applies.

7. Wheel Tracks
A ball coming to rest in an obvious tractor mark may be lifted and dropped within one club length not nearer the hole.

8. Fixed Sprinkler Heads
All fixed sprinkler heads are immovable obstructions and relief from interference by them may be obtained under Rule 24-2. In addition, if such an obstruction, on or within two club lengths of the putting green of the hole being played, intervenes on the line of play between the ball and the hole, the player may obtain relief as follows: if the ball lies off the putting green, but not in a hazard and is within two club lengths of the intervening obstruction, it may be lifted, cleaned and dropped at the nearest point to where the ball lay which a) is not nearer the hole, b) avoids such intervention, and c) is not in the hazard or on the putting green.

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