White stakes define OUT OF BOUNDS
a) The public roads next to hole 3 and 17 and between holes 10 and 18 are out of bounds. A ball that crosses the street and comes to rest on the course on the other side of the road is also out of bounds.
b) Next to green 9 and green 18 a white fence defines out of bounce. A ball crossing the fence or the imaginery line between the previous white stake and the fence is out of bounds.
Immovable Obstructions (Rule 24-2):
- all paved and graveled paths
- all staked plants
- all yellow, red and blue stakes
- all distance marker (stakes)
Stones in bunkers are considered to be movable obstructions (Rule 24-1).
Ground under repair (GUR) is defined by blue stakes and/or blue lines. The player must take relief, if he has interference from the condition (Rule 25-1).
Markers on the course:
- white stakes = out of bounds
- yellow stakes = water hazard
- red stakes = lateral water hazard
- blue stakes = ground under repair
distance markers on the course (stakes) and ground plates
- green/blue stakes = 200m
- green/white stakes = 150m
- green/red stakes = 100m
Penealty for breach of local rules
- matchplay = loss of hole
- stroke play = 2 strokes
Additional (temporary) local rules may be published in the club house if necessary