In the event of an electric storm, golfers are advised to suspend play immediately and take appropriate action. (Rule 6-8a applies).
Golfers are advised not to tee off or continue play in fog when they cannot see the clear distance of their intended shot.
Golfers are advised that the course and its artificial surfaces may be slippery when damp or wet and must ensure that appropriate footwear is worn to meet the prevailing conditions.
Golfers are advised that the greens staff working on the course have priority at all times.
Golfers are reminded that they have a duty of care for both themselves and all other course users, plus members of the public using the public footpaths where appropriate. Golfers MUST have arranged appropriate personal insurance before playing the golf course, as they do so at their own risk.
All golfers MUST report any wayward shot which is hit outside the boundary of the golf course to the office, as soon as practicable and a loud shout of four made while the ball is still in the air. In addition all accidents should be reported to the General Manager, however small.
If any of the above information is unclear, please seek advice from the Manager/Professional prior to your round.