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Course Care and Safety

Freshwater Bay Golf Club stands or falls depending on the conditions of the course and every member and visitor plays an important role in keeping the golf course in good condition.

The greenkeeping staff take great pride in preparing a first class course and it would be very much appreciated if  all players, both members and visitors, would take care to maintain it to a high standard. In particular please ensure you:-


Members are not allowed to practice on the greens or course. All practice, including putting, must take place on the defined practice areas.
Do not play any shot in practise that will damage the surface of the putting green in any way.

Pace of Play

Players should play at a good pace. It is a group's responsibility to keep up with the group in front. If it loses a clear hole and it is delaying the group behind, it should invite the group behind to play through, irrespective of the numbers of players in that group. (Slow play can spoil both your and their enjoyment of the game. It is often quicker to let a faster group play through during a hole, than wait for them on the next tee.)


The Tennyson Trail through the course is a public right of way.
Users have priority and golfers must respect their rights Do not play unless you have checked that your landing area is clear of walkers, riders, carriages and four wheel drive vehicles as well as other golfers..
(Courtesy usually works and also improves the Club's image!)


Fog is a safety hazard. When visibility is less than the anticipated length of your next shot it is your responsibility to stop playing.


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