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Slow Play and Ready Golf 2018

Those involved in the game of golf may have differing views on what constitutes an acceptable pace of play, but there is no doubt that slow play can detract from the enjoyment of the game for many golfers. However there are solutions available that can improve the situation which are being encouraged by the R & A. One of these…

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Handicap Allotment

Dear Member In order to be allotted a handicap, you need to submit the following for consideration by the Handicap Committee:- A Handicap Certificate from a club of which you were recently a member, signed by an authorised official of that Club, or Three cards played over 18-holes in Delgany, played off the white tees, or Six cards played over…

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Local Rule 18.2, 18.3 and 20.1

LOCAL RULE. Eliminating the penalty for the accidental movement of a ball on the putting green Rules 18-2, 18-3 and 20-1 are modified as follows: When a player’s ball lies on the putting green, there is no penalty if the ball or ball-marker is accidentally moved by the player, his partner, his opponent, or any of their caddies or equipment.…

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Local Golf Club Alliance

Local Golf Club Alliance – Delgany, Greystones, Bray and Arklow have come together to each host an Open Singles competition every month. If you are are member of any of these four clubs the competition entry will only cost you €6. If you are a member of any other Club (outside the above Four) you will pay an additional Green Fee…

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Divot Repair / Pitch mark repair

Divot Repair / Pitch mark repair There has been a marked improvement in pitch mark repairs on greens and divot repairs on fairways and tees. Well done to everybody who now routinely carry divot repair bag and also repair other people’s divots.  Repairing divots and pitch marks makes a huge difference to quality of greens and fairways. Unfortunately we still…

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Repair YOUR pitch marks

Following very successful pole forking, sanding and re seeding the greens have recovered very well. The milder weather has also helped with growth.  The course staff have also very successfully eliminated the moss problem which had been a problem on some greens over the winter months. However, pitch Mark repairs has now become a problem on the greens. The greens are…

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Pace of Play Policy

Delgany Pace of Play Policy: The Joint Club AGM  ( Fri. 4th Dec.2015)  adopted the motion that the Leinster Branch GUI “Pace Of Play Policy” be adopted. Subsequent to this a “ Pace Of Play Committee” was set up to adapt the proposals  to suit our situation in Delgany. The five members of the committee are Kate Murphy, Angela Sterling,…

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Repairing pitch marks on your greens

Non repair of pitch marks is causing serious damage to greens.  Because of recent humid and wet weather greens have suffered from outbreak of fusarium. The course staff are currently trying to control this outbreak through applications of fungicide. If pitch marks are not repaired this creates more favourable conditions for the development of fungal spores.  Brown patches on greens…

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