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Only ladies playing in the LGU competitions on a Thursday may book tee times between

10.30 a.m. – 11.00 a.m. Thursday

5.00 p.m. – 5.30 p.m. Thursday

A competing member may be accompanied by One Member Only belonging to another category at these times, for the purpose of recording their score

Restricted Members may not commence play at the following times : -

4.00 p.m. – 7.00 p.m. Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Before 2.30 p.m. Saturday

Before 1.30 pm. Sunday

Before 10.30 a.m. Saturday & Sunday (Winter)

NB: Restricted male members are not eligible to participate in any club competitions, except

Wednesday medals.


Junior Members may not commence play at the following times :-

Before 3.30 p.m. Monday – Friday between 1st September and 31st May

Before 3.00 p.m. on a Saturday between 1st March and 31st October

All Junior Members must leave the Course and Clubhouse by 10.00 p.m.

Members who wish to play outwith their designated times,(with the exception of members participating in a club competition with an Ordinary Member), may do so only if invited by a Member entitled to play at such times.

“Visitors” refers only to those golfers who purchase a visitor’s ticket.



Members are reminded that the names and addresses of their Guests (playing or non- playing) must be recorded on arrival in the Visitors’ Book which is available in the vestibule or at the bar. Guests should always be accompanied by their host. A playing guest or a visitor may play the course on six occasions per year only.

Ordinary, Life and Intermediate members may introduce 12 guests per year at a charge of £5 per guest. All other categories may introduce 6 guests per year as above. After all spaces above are used, a member may introduce a guest at a charge of £10 per guest. Members who are unable to produce their membership card will be charged £10 for any guest they introduce.



To ensure that the stages in match-play competitions are played by the dates laid down, the committee has agreed that the Match and Handicap Committee will meet on the final evening of each round and take whatever action it deems appropriate on any unplayed tie.

Members are jointly responsible for ensuring that ties are played on time. Winners of ties are responsible for putting names forward to the next round.



A Voucher is issued by this club in place of each prize, in every case, the goods purchased to the value of the voucher shall be of such a nature as will enable the recipient to retain his or her Amateur Status. The Committee reserves the right to be satisfied on this point before paying the account.



All players are obliged to replace turf which they remove in making a stroke, and to fill up holes made in bunkers and repair pitch marks on greens.

Players shall observe the rights of the public on the Leven Embankment and on the path at the was and north boundaries.

Balls lost in play become the property of the Club and action will be taken against any unauthorised persons searching for or removing such balls.

Practice play on fairways and putting greens is strictly prohibited.

Players are requested to keep caddy carts of the tees, greens surrounds and to sue new paths provided between greens and tees.