Local winter rules and the use of mats on fairways will be announced to members via a news article.
Winter rules golf mats.
Winter rules are a great way to prevent the course from getting beaten up, which is especially important early as the grass isn’t yet growing quickly.
Mark, lift, clean and place on a carry mat (within 6, no nearer to the hole) *
The smart mat allows you to play your normal game during the winter months.
The idea here is that as balls are likely to either end up in poor, muddy lies or accumulate a lot of mud as they roll out, the adoption of winter rules or preferred lies under a suitably worded temporary local rule would allow you to play your next.
It also keeps you from having to hit out of water or snow that i’m sure can’t be great for the condition of your clubs.
Mats must be used on all fairways and all electric trolleys must have winter wheels
You’ve got a good round going and you step onto the tee at a par 3 to be confronted with a piece of bone hard artificial turf that looks like it has.
With more golfers playing all year round, mats are a great benefit in the winter months.
Golf mat turf winter rules fairway hitting mats with clip and hole for garden backyard indoor outdoor lightweight portable 3.0 out of 5 stars 2 £10.99 £ 10.
Make a slight miscalculation and those mats grab your club head, magnify the impact, possibly damaging the shaft or injuring your hands.
The ball may be cleaned when lifted.
Masters winter golf mat for winter rules attaches to golf bag description.
However, frost, much like dew, it is not classed as a loose impediment so it cannot be removed.
Golf’s smart mat is fast become a favourite among winter golfers after a successful launch last year with the product uptake being much higher than anyone in the company expected.
Traditional golf mats are disliked by members and visiting players because they disrupt their strike and interfere with the game.
Winter rules are normally in force from november 1st until march 31st, although the committee may sometimes extend the period when course conditions dictate.
The mat must be placed as near as possible to where the ball originally lay, and the ball must be placed on the mat.
Recovery of damaged grass stops at this time of year and here in ne scotland it can be as late as june before we get heat back into the soil which is needed to get seed to germinate.