Etiquette and Byggy driving
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Etiquette and Buggy driving

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Golf is played, for the most part, without the supervision of a referee or umpire. The game relies on the integrity of the individual to show consideration for other players, care for the course and to abide by the Rules. All players should conduct themselves in a disciplined manner, demonstrating courtesy and sportsmanship at all times, irrespective of how competitive they may be.

Etiquette is an integral and inextricable part of the game, which has come to define golf's values worldwide.

1)    The golf course is for the use of PLAYERS only.

2)    Please follow all BUGGY and direction- SIGNS.

3)    Rake the BUNKERS, repair ALL pitch and ball marks.  Replace all divots.

4)    Dispose of your bottles and waste etc. in the BINS provided.

5)    BUGGIES on Paths only, on all Par 3 holes.

6)    BUGGIES on PATHS on all other holes when possible.

7)    Under NO circumstances are the TEE PINS to be moved!

8)    Please follow the Marshalls instructions.

9)    Follow all other RULES of GOLF including the respect of co-players and their RIGHT to play without disturbance.

We see every day irresponsible driving on the course, both by members and non-members. The Board has produced Buggy driving guide lines that are fixed on the front window of all Campo buggies. We ask all members to follow these guidelines!

We also have a small number of disabled members being dependent on buggy driving as close as possible to the ball. The board produces in cooperation with the Caddy master special signs that can be fixed to the buggy.  These signs is strictly personal and must be on the buggy when on the course.  The person’s name, membership number and number of permission is on the sign. The sign will not be produced to others than those who with a doctor`s permission. The Disabled driving permission is vallid for 1 calendar year at the time and must be renewed every year.

This DISABLED DRIVER PERMISSION allows the holder to enter the restricted area between the buggy driving signs and the green.

The holder is not allowed to cause any damage to the course on that area nor anywhere else and he/she is still liable to follow the rules 2.  3. and 4.

Not using the paths when ever possible, driving over worn or wet areas inside or outside the restricted areas or making any wheel tracks near the green is still strictly prohibited. 

The batch must be kept clearly visible for the Marshal and co-players. 

In case of misbehaviour the Marshal has the right to remove the batch. 

The course is our most valuable asset – let us treat it accordingly.

 

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