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Shelly Beach Golf Club respectfully requests all Members and Visitors adhere to the following Guidelines and Conditions of Play, to ensure an enjoyable experience for everyone.
Download: SBGC Pace of Play Guidelines
Download: SBGC Conditions of Competition
A note on Slow Play: To report Slow Play incidents, please complete and submit the form included in the SBGC Pace of Play Guidelines (above).
For full details view our Rules & Regulations below
Golf is commonly referred to as ‘The Gentleman’s Game, and at SBGC we ensure respect and courtesy for every player on the course.
Here’s five simple rules to follow to make sure ‘The Gentleman’s Game’ stays that way!
Every effort should be made to eliminate slow play which destroys the pleasure of golf. The following measures are suggested to reduce slow play:
The Match Committee considers that a round of 18 holes should not take longer than four (4) hours 15 minutes, including a stop at halfway. Groups taking more than this time may be penalised/disqualified.
Last six holes, last three, hole by hole from 9th.
The best score for the last nine holes shall be used. If there is still a tie, the last six holes shall be used and, if still tied, then the last three holes shall be used, then hole by hole scores shall be taken from the 18th hole.
18 hole card to be used, if still a tie, countback as in 18 holes.
The last 18 holes shall be used and if still tied, the countback as in 18 hole events shall be used.
NOTE : The best score for the last six holes shall be applied in handicap events and a penalty applicable under Rule 3-5 (General Penalty) shall be ignored as far as the count back is applied.
Any ties in Monthly Medals will be played off over 18 holes on the next Medal Round.
No BYO permitted. Drinks available from the Golf Shop or Club House.
No animals to accompany those playing.
NOTE : No free relief from boundary posts.
*A player is also entitled to relief from artificial surface material that has spread or been applied to areas beyond defined paths, but not grass clippings or corings, unless piled for removal as per Rule 25.
If the ball lies off the putting green but not in a hazard and is within two club lengths of the intervening hazard, it may be lifted, cleaned and dropped at the nearest point to where the ball lay which is:
When in operation may only be taken on defined fairways. The ball shall be marked, lifted, cleaned and placed on the fairway within 15.2 cm (6 inches) from where the ball lay, but not nearer the hole.
Through the green (when in operation) a ball embedded in its own pitch-mark in ground other than sand, may be lifted, cleaned and dropped without penalty, as near as possible to where the ball lay, but not nearer the hole. (Refer Rule 25-2.)
If a ball comes to rest in an aeration hole on the putting green of the hole being played, the player may lift, clean and place the ball at the nearest spot not nearer the hole that avoids such situation.
If you’ve got any questions or need further clarification about any of our Rules & Regulations, please get in touch on (02) 4332 1103.
Saturday 2nd March 2024 @ 5:45am
Men’s & Women’s Individual Stableford + 2BBB.
Weekend women’s medal & goblet.
Carts are ON today.
Bunkers are IN PLAY.
Social play times are available from 4:48pm, phone the Golf Shop on 4332 1103 to make a booking.