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Yarra View Golf Club
HANDICAPS

A player must return five single competition cards a year to retain the
Australian Handicap, or that handicap will lapse. To regain a handicap a
player must bring live cards up to the appropriate number. Juniors are
required to return three cards.

A player with multiple club memberships must nominate one club as the
home club. The home club is responsible for maintaining that member's
handicap and must be given the name/s of the other club/s. The member
will also report to the other club/s; the name and course rating of the home
club, the handicap there, and any alterations which may be made to the
handicap from time to time. Where membership has ceased at another club,
report this fact to the home club.

DRESS CODE


The committee requires, that at all times, neat attire befitting the club be
worn on the course and in the clubhouse, and may object to any particular
dress which does not conform to that standard. The committee may
determine particular standards of dress at any time. Members who do not
conform to the dress code; will be cautioned and will be requested to
leave the clubrooms. The following items of dress are unacceptable on
competition days: work shorts, jogger shorts, athletic shorts, track suits,
frayed, torn or soiled trousers, collarless shirts and clothing with
advertising displayed. Golf shoes may be worn in the competition room.

GOLF-LINK SWIPE CARDS

The handicapper will issue a GOLF LINK swipe card to each new member,
after handicaps become official. There is a time delay of a few weeks. In all
events, a player's handicap is shown when registering in the computer; and
shall be used on the day of play. If the computer is not working, use the
handicap as shown in the handicap booklet. Where there is a discrepancy of
handicap between the computer and handicap booklet, use the lower
handicap. To ratify your handicap; notify the handicapper and/or a Match
Committee member as soon as possible. GOLF LINK advises; that should a
card be lost, stolen or damaged, and a replacement card is required by any
member, then a cost of $11.00 will apply. Payment is required in advance
before any new card can be issued. Should the purchase of a new card be
required, then place your order with the Handicapper.

ETIQUETTE AND COURTESY IN THE CLUBHOUSE

Each Member is ultimately responsible for their overall demeanor. All
Rulings, Codes and Standards will be abided to. Persons and property will be
treated with respect. The bar will be closed during all presentations and
announcements.

ETIQUETTE AND COURTESY ON THE COURSE

At all times Etiquette and Courtesy on the course are paramount. Each
Member is ultimately responsible for their behavior and knowledge of the
Rules of Golf. Members must not behave in any manner that will bring the
Yarra View Golf Club into disrepute.

All players should refer to the "Local Rules" on the Club scorecard and Events
white board. Rulings and pertinent instructions from the Pro-Shop must be
adhered to.

The lowest handicapped or equal lowest handicapped Members of the
playing group; is/are deemed to be the 'Captain' of that playing group, and
responsible for the overall cohesion of play for that playing group.

Shout! (FORE) if there is the slightest possibility a ball may strike someone.

Do not move, talk or stand close to, or directly behind the player, or the hole;
when that player is making a stroke.

Do not walk up on a player from behind; when that player is making a stroke.

Do not cast shadows near a player addressing then playing a ball. Buggies,
bags, umbrellas, hand towels and the like, must be kept out of all player's
lines of vision at all times; and not impede a player's stroke.

Do not rummage through a bag or other item when a player is making a
stroke.

When tending the flag as a player putts, stand well clear of all player's lines
of putt, and avoid casting a shadow over the cup.

Ensure that no-one is too close before taking a practice swing.

Avoid causing damage to the course when taking a practice swing.

Through the green; a player should ensure that all divots are filled with sand,
and any damage caused to the green by a ball; is carefully repaired.
After playing from bunkers, all club-head impact troughs and foot prints
should be raked even.

Ensure no damage is done to the Greens when laying down flagsticks.

Leave buggies and bags as close as possible to or on line with the next Tee;
and to one side of the Green. This prevents walking toward on coming
players.

Do not wheel buggies over greens, nor lay golf bags or umbrellas on greens.

Replace flagsticks properly when leaving the green.
VENUE
Bundoora Park Public Golf Course
Plenty Rd Bundoora
Every Saturday
Tee off 9:00 am
Bookings 9469 3880