Regulations/Policies

HARVEY GOLF CLUB INC. EXTREME WEATHER POLICY

The Harvey Golf Club Extreme Weather Policy has been introduced to reduce the risk of related injury to Members and Guests and to provide guidance in relation to playing conditions in the event of extreme conditions. Extreme weather may include but not limited to heat, thunder and lightning, wet conditions, fog, wind and smoke.

Suspension of Play

In the event of extreme weather conditions, play will be suspended with the decision to suspend play made by representatives of the Match Committee or Captain of the day who shall determine the suspension of play.

In unsafe conditions players should return to the Clubhouse until further notice is provided.

Resumption of Play

Play will only resume when representatives of the Match Committee have assessed the conditions that caused play to be suspended and deemed them suitable for further play. In the absence of the Match Committee, the Captain of the day shall determine the suitability of play.

Abandonment of Play

In the event of extreme conditions, play will be abandoned with the decision to abandon play made by representatives of the Match Committee. In the absence of the Match Committee the Captain of the day shall determine the abandonment of play.

Players should cease play and return to the Clubhouse.

Thunder and Lightning

The following procedure will be applied at Harvey Golf Club during Club competitions in accordance with Rule 6-8(a).

Discontinuance of Play due to Thunder and/or Lightning

In the case of lightning, a player must discontinue play immediately if he believes there is danger from lightning, by marking his ball, and returning to the Clubhouse, without reference to the Match Committee under Rule 6-8(a) (ii) and representatives of the Match Committee or Captain of the day should be notified. Play is not officially suspended until players are notified in person. Play will resume when the conditions have been assessed and deemed suitable for further play.

The assessment of lightning conditions is to be monitored with the aid of a recognised lightning detection device by Match Committee with reference to information provided by the Bureau of Meterology.

Wet Conditions

Casual Water Interference

In the event of players approaching a green which is considered unplayable due to casual water, they are required to contact a Match Committee member of Captain of the day to advise them of the condition of the green so that an inspection can be undertaken by representatives of the Match Committee or Captain to determine the condition of the green.

The assessment of unplayable conditions is when no relief can be sought on the green, impeding the player from holing the ball. If the green is deemed to be unplayable play will be suspended. Play will resume following an assessment of the condition of the course and when deemed suitable for further play.

Other Conditions

In the event of other extreme weather conditions, including but not limited to fog, wind and smoke, the decision to suspend, abandon or resume play will be in accordance with the procedures as set out in this policy.

Emergency Evacuation

In the event of extreme conditions that necessitate the immediate evacuation of the course, play will be abandoned with the decision to abandon play made by representatives of the Match Committee or Captain of the day who shall determine the abandonment of play.

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    CLUB CHAMPIONS 2017
    CLUB CHAMPIONS 2017

    The Club Championships have been played and concluded for 2017.

    Today completes the Championships for both the men and the ladies.

    Congratulations to all those that took part over the 3 weeks both in the Mens and Ladies Competitions! The weather proved to be a force to be reckoned with in the last round of the ladies competition today.

    A huge thank you to all those responsible for the way the course is presented as always but especially over the last month for the Championships.

    The winners are:

    Mens Club Champion John Parton!  John had rounds of 79, 73 and 79. Congratulations John!

    Runner up to John was Rodney Shemeld! Congratulations Rocket!

    B-Grade winner Corey Hickman, runner up Alan Cope

    C-Grade winner John Powell, runner up Peter Castelli

    D-Grade winner Harry Blackburn, runner up Rab Ainsworth

    Well done to all

    Ladies Club Champion Pam Davey! Pam had rounds of 85, 89 and 84. Congratulations Pam

    Runner up to Pam was Lynda Ovenden ! Congratulations Lynda

    B-Grade Shirley Hall, runner up Sharon Burrow

    C-Grade Julie Rando, runner up Sylvia Richards!

    Last but not least this year the ladies were included in a Best Nett competition held over the same 3 Saturdays as the mens championships and the winner of that was Sharon Burrow! Well done Sharon.

    The event was a huge success with a field of 12-14 ladies each round.

     

     

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