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& Golf Course
Moray, PH26 3NT
Golf Course in the Scottish Highlands
Out of bounds, a ball is out of bounds if a) it lies over any fence which forms the boundary of any particular hole or b) If it lies to the right of the white posts on the 7th or to the left of the white posts on the 14th.
Young trees These are identified by a stake. If such a tree interferes with a players stance or the area of swing the ball must be lifted and dropped away from the obstruction but no more than two clubs lengths and no nearer the hole from where it lies.
All sprinkler heads are immovable obstructions a drop may be taken as above.
Overhead cables, a ball which hits an overhead cable may be replayed without penalty.
Water hazards are marked with red posts. (rule 26)
Roads and tracks a free drop may be taken if the ball lies on a man made road or track, within two clubs lengths no nearer the hole
Any ball lifted and dropped in any of the above situations may be
This parkland course situated beside the river Spey in the Higland region of Scotland boasts magnificent views of the Cairngorm mountains to the south and the Cromdale hills to the east
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