Visiting Golfers / Societies:- Terms and Conditions
Please read the terms & conditions carefully – Thank you.
IT IS THE ORGANISER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT ALL MEMBERS OF THE PARTY ABIDE BY THE RULES & ETIQUETTE OF THE COURSE:
PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU NEED ANY DETAILS CLARIFYING
The total balance is to be paid prior to teeing off on the day of play.
Any cancellations under 5 days in advance will incur the full cost of both the golf and the food on a per person basis.
Your bill will be based on the total number confirmed by you 5 days in advance of the day in writing or via email
FOR EMAIL: Please forward final details for billing purposes 5 working days in advance of the event to email@example.com copying in firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOR WRITTEN: Please make sure the final numbers arrive 5 working days in advance of the event posted to: FAO Alan Waugh CLYDEBANK AND DISTRICT GOLF CLUB, Glasgow Road, Hardgate, Clydebank, G81 5QY
Official Handicap Certificates
Official Handicap Certificates are not required – however if a player’s ability is affecting other golfer’s enjoyment and is deemed unfit for the course the Course Marshalls have the right to ask you to leave with no refund offered.
It is the organiser’s responsibility to make sure that all players booked in are up to a standard that does not affect the golf or enjoyment of other golfers on the course
Rules & Etiquette
Rules & etiquette must be observed at all times.
- All golfer MUST be bona fide golfers
- Names and addresses of visitors must be provided prior to play and in the case of parties, at the time of booking
- ALL visitors must complete an Insurance Liability form supplied on the day of play
- Tee off times must be strictly adhered to
- A maximum of 3 1/2hrs is allowed for any round. Games must not be held up by lost balls, etc. (pace of play below)
- Dress on course – jeans and training shoes are NOT allowed. Trousers or tailored shorts and collared shirts must be worn. Ladies – skirts, trousers tailored shorts and collared shirts.
- Dress in Clubhouse – smart casual dress, which should include Collared shirt
- Four-ball rounds permitted midweek
- It is the responsibility of all visitors to ensure that they are aware of the standard of dress and the behaviour expected of them
- Visitors are not permitted to bring alcohol to the club or to consume alcohol on the course
- We have a zero tolerance regarding the use of drugs and if suspected will be asked to vacate the club or course
- Visiting golfers are not permitted to attend any Social function on the day of their visit unless invited by an existing member and having signed the visitors book
- Mobile phones are not allowed on the course
Please ensure that ALL party members are acquainted with the above rules to save any embarrassment on your day out.
Clydebank and District Golf Club
Gentle reminders – Tips on how to avoid SLOW PLAY!!!
- When waiting on the tee for the group in front to clear the fairway, don’t be so strict about order of play. Let the short hitter – who can’t reach the group ahead anyway – go ahead and hit.
- If you are unsure whether your ball has come to rest out of bounds, or may be lost, immediately hit a provisional ball so that you won’t have to return to the spot to replay the shot.
- Walk at a good pace between shots.
- Use the time you spend getting to the ball to think about the next shot – the yardage, club selection etc.
- Be ready to hit when it’s your turn to play.
- When chipping around the green, carry both the club you’ll be chipping with plus your putter so you don’t have to return to the bag.
- Begin reading the green and lining up putts as soon as you reach the green. Don’t wait until it’s your turn to putt.
- Try to leave your bag where you will exit the green.
- Mark your scorecard after reaching the next tee, not while lingering on or near the just completed green.
- Leave your mobile phone in the car.