White stakes: Out of Bounds
Yellow stakes: Water hazard
Red stakes: Parallel water hazard
Blue stakes: Ground under repair
Blue stakes with black top: Ground under repair and prohibit play
Blue stakes with black top. Ground under repair and prohibit play
Red, yellow and blue stakes are immovable obstructions. Rule 24-2.
The road with roadsides and posts and rope at the road across the 17th and 18th hole are immovable obstructions. Rule 24.2. Where roadside bounded by trees, defined vejsidens border as the line between the trees leading edge towards the road.
The track other roads and tracks with artificial surfaces are also immovable obstructions. Rule 24.2. Tile is defined as loose impediments. Rule 23-1.
4. Dropping Zone
If the ball ends up in yellow hazard behind the green on hole 14, used drop zone to the right of the green. Rule 26-1.
5. Sprinkler heads
Fixed sprinkler heads are immovable obstructions. Rule 24.2. If the sprinkler head is positioned within two club-lengths of green, is also given relief in relation to the line of play if the ball is not longer than two club-lengths of the cover. The ball may be cleaned.
6. Out of Bounds
(White poles ) hole 1 – 2 – 3 – 6 – 8 – 9 and 18
7. Distance marks
50, 100 and 150 m. are measured to the center of the green.
8. Distance measurement
In Blåvandshuk Golf Club tournaments, a player must get information on the distances using the rangefinder.
If a player during a stipulated round, using a rangefinder to enter or measure other conditions that might affect play (eg . Height difference or wind speed, etc. ) violate the player. Rule 14-3.
Paragraphs 5 and 6 shall not apply to The pay- and play Forest.
Add peat in place and the right marks on the greens up.
In bunkers: The entire rake it must be put down in the bunker, and it should be across the direction of play.