Rules of procedure

The purpose of these Rules of Procedure is to define the general conditions of use of the facilities made available to the public.

The general spirit that governed the implementation of these Rules of Procedure is the ethics of golf: respect for the terrain and nature, respect for others, to allow all players to enjoy all facilities , in an atmosphere of conviviality and sportsmanship.

Each person wishing to benefit from the services of the Golf de Seraincourt agrees to respect these Rules of Procedure, established from the rules enacted by the French Golf Federation.

CONDITIONS OF USE OF FACILITIES

GOLF FACILITIES

  • Terms of Access

Access to golf is only allowed during golf opening hours. An automatic gate, located at the entrance to the golf path, prevents access outside these hours. It is recommended to inquire with the reception to have all details on the possibilities of entry and exit golf.

Anyone who comes to play either on the driving range or on the golf course, must, above all, go to the secretariat to declare his presence.

Golf facilities are reserved for golfers. The walk or any other activity that golf is strictly prohibited.

Access to the service premises is strictly prohibited.

The reception of the golf must be informed of the presence of non-player accompaniers. Their number may be limited or their presence prohibited according to the conditions of occupation of the course. Players are responsible for the safety of the accompanying persons.

To access the course, any player must be able to justify an access authorization.

Access to the course or the conditions of use of the facilities may be modified (winter greens - winter starts ...) or limited according to certain conditions (no golf carts or trolley, staggered departures ...) or even closed in work, poor conditions, bad weather conditions or heavy frosts.

Pets are not allowed in the golf facilities or on the course, even on a leash.

  • Permission to access

To access the course, any player must be able to justify a right of access.

This right of access is reserved to golfers holding a license covering their responsibility in the practice of the game of golf.

A medical certificate authorizing the practice of the game of golf may be required at any time.

Subscriptions

Subscription is a right to use the golf facilities during the validity of the contract of the subscriber.

Greenfee

The right of play is a right to use a course to play once 9 or 18 holes during the same day and by the same person.

  • Opening time

The hours of reception at the clubhouse may vary depending on the day of the week and depending on the season. They are posted at the entrance of the clubhouse.

Any player remaining on the course or accessing golf facilities after the closure of the home does so under his full responsibility, the Golf de Seraincourt declining all liability in case of problems or accidents.

  • Minimum level of play required

No level requirement is required to access the course. However, players who do not have an index or a green card from the FFG must apply to the Golf Director for authorization to access the course.

  • Subscriptions

Several subscription categories are offered each year. The special and general conditions of subscription are available at the reception. The subscription gives a right of access to the course and the installations of the golf of Seraincourt during its validity and in the conditions relating to its category.

Subscriptions must be paid according to the arrangements agreed by check, bank card or cash.

  • Green fee

The greens fees are issued and must be paid before the access to the course during the opening hours of the clubhouse.

The green fee is a registered use of the golf course of Seraincourt.

It is valid for the date indicated on the ticket delivered in counterpart of its payment.

It gives the right to use all facilities in accordance with the Rules of Golf.

It is not refundable. In case of complete closure of the course, before the departure of the golfer, it will be exchanged against an equivalent playing field, valid for another date for a period of one month.

A second right of play must be paid for any second course in the same day, even if it is partial.

  • Booking of departures

Any player, whether a member or an outsider, is required to book a tee time at the reception desk or by phone or internet if the system is set up.

Before accessing the course, the player must obligatorily pass to the reception to be registered.

It is strongly requested to anyone who has booked a departure and can not come play, to inform the reception, at least one hour before his departure, to cancel.

  • Conventional lathe

The conventional trick is to play the holes of the field in their exact numerical order from the appropriate starting area.

Only the reception of the golf can authorize a departure to the hole 10 9 or a cut twice in XNUMX holes.

In the case of a break, players must report to the reception to determine a start time based on the influx on the ground, it being specified that the teams already on the ground have priority.

The games are limited to four players. The reception reserves the right, in case of affluence, to complete the departures up to four players per game or to fix the number of players per game.

  • Exceptional closures

The facilities of the Golf de Seraincourt are in principle open every day of the year, except the December 25 and the 1er January, the Direction of Golf reserving to close however the golf between Christmas and the New Year.

However, all or part of the installations can be closed exceptionally:

    • In case of bad weather,
    • If the installations are impassable for their normal use,
    • If this use leads to their degradation,
    • To safely carry out work of any kind,
    • During competitions,
    • And of course, in case of force majeure.

An announcement of these closures when they are predictable is posted at the clubhouse and on the Golf website.

The Golf Directorate will be the sole judge of the opportunity of these exceptional closures.

For safety reasons, the golf facilities can be closed at any time and golfers already on the course and practice, notified by an audible alert, must return immediately to the clubhouse.

Anyone residing on golf facilities after the closure, does so under their own responsibility.

  • Practice

Access to the practice is free and free for any golfer who has bought at the Golf reception the chips to get practice balls. Only, therefore, the price of consumption of the balls will have to be paid.

Balls, buckets, mats and practice tees are the property of the Golf and must not leave the practice area.

Any training outside the defined locations (rugs or ropes) is prohibited for safety reasons.

Golf instructors have priority access to posts located to the right of the practice building.

Practice balls are prohibited on the course.

It is forbidden to pick up practice balls on the practice area.

  • Putting green and driving pitching green

The putting green and pitching green drive are free and free. The first is reserved for putting and lobed approaches are prohibited.

  • Safety instructions during storms

Storm tips

Avoid

  • cleared areas
  • the high ground
  • isolated trees
  • the water
  • metal
  • electrical equipment
  • wires, fences, overhead wires and electrical wires
  • electric sprinklers
  • maintenance equipment

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  • The lowest areas
  • Sandy areas, including the lowest bunkers
  • Dense woods
  • Maintenance shelters
  • Cars
  • The clubhouse

TENNIS FACILITIES

  • Terms of Access

Access to the tennis court is only permitted during golf opening hours.

The reservation of the court as well as the payment of the selected period will be done with the secretariat.

Players must plan their equipment, no rackets or balls can be provided.

As the tennis court is near the green of hole no. 9, it is recommended to limit noise pollution.

GENERAL FACILITIES

  • Clubhouse

Access to services and services provided in the clubhouse is reserved for players, their accompanying persons and users of the restaurant.

Access to the club house is allowed with golf shoes, except for metal studded shoes. However, those who access it are asked to clean and brush their shoes out of respect for the cleaning staff.

A cleaning area with water and compressed air is available to players before access to the clubhouse.

The club house being a public place, it is forbidden to smoke

  • Locker

Cloakrooms are made available to subscribers and practitioners who have paid a fee and lockers within the limits of availability.

Cloakrooms are reserved for players and their access is via a digital code.

Each member of the club will have free of charge a locker and the access code reserved for members.

Each non-member player, having paid his game fee and the reservation of a locker, will be able to access the locker room with the special access code that will be given by the Reception.

Access to the cloakroom can only be done during the opening hours of golf, so it is recommended that each player move his business before the time displayed at the cloakroom closing reception.

Golf is not responsible for theft, disappearance or loss of objects and clothing that have been stolen from the locker room.

For security reasons, the Golf Division keeps a key for the lockers and reserves the right to open them and, if necessary, to empty them.

It is strictly forbidden to clean clubs or shoes in the locker room sinks.

A cleaning area with water and compressed air is available to players before access to the clubhouse.

  • Local trolley

A local trolley, closed by a door controlled by a digital lock and with reserved carriage locations, is made available to golfers with a priority for members of the Golf and Sports Association.

The use of a reserved space is the subject of a rental agreement with the golf and allows including the charging of the batteries of the electric trolleys.

The golf is not responsible for the flights, disappearances or losses of the objects which would have been stolen in the local trolley.

  • Parking

The use of the car park respects the rules of the road.

The car park is not supervised and the Golf de Seraincourt declines any responsibility in case of theft or break-in on the vehicles. It is therefore recommended not to leave valuables in cars. Parking is only on the indicated locations.

Locations marked in blue near the reception are reserved for disabled people.

Golf is not responsible for any damage to cars.

TAG AND RULES OF GOLF

Any player admitted to the Seraincourt golf course agrees to scrupulously respect the golf etiquette.

  • Behavior

Proper attire and behavior are required.

  • Security

When performing a stroke or a trial move, players must ensure that no one stands nearby or is likely to be hit by the club or ball.

Players must not play until the players who precede them are out of reach.

Players should always alert gardeners who are near or in front of them when they are going to play a move that could put them in danger. In general, before playing in the direction of a gardener, wait for a sign from him.

Priority for a shot played in the direction of the green: if the gardener has started mowing a green by removing the flag from the hole, it is a priority to finish the mowing before the player performs his shot.

If a player plays a ball in a direction where it may hit someone, he will immediately have to shout "ball" to warn of danger. It is then strongly advised to the players who hear shouting "ball" to protect themselves while squatting hands on the head.

  • Respect for other players

The players must respect the others and in particular play in part of 4 maximum, wait until the players who precede them are out of reach and respect the maximum playing time which is 4h for 2 games or 3 players and 4h30 for games of 4 players.

"If a game plays slowly and has a hole that is behind the front, it must let the next game pass". This rule is not a courtesy rule, but an obligation imposed by the FFG.

Some tips to fight the slow game:

    • Do not be left behind by the preceding part.
    • Leave the green immediately when you have finished playing the hole.
    • Put your cart or bag on its side towards the next hole.
    • Be ready to play when your turn comes.
    • Avoid multiple test shots.
    • When looking for a ball, do not hesitate to let the next part go by, without waiting for the 5 minutes to have passed.
    • Mobile phones must be off or on vibrator on the course and especially in competition.

  • Respect of the ground

Players must respect the field and in particular:

    • Replace the divots
    • Raise the pitches on the greens, any player having to be in possession of a pitch shift
    • Do not make test shots on the starting areas, so as not to damage them
    • Rake club tracks and steps in bunkers
    • Do not ride with trolleys and golf carts on greens, departures, in bunkers
    • Do not take the ball out of a hole with a club
    • Do not score the ball on a green scratching the surface of the green

  • Conditions of Exclusion and Prohibition of Access to Seraincourt Golf

In the event of non-compliance with the By-Laws or the label or in case of inappropriate, dangerous or aggressive behavior, the Golf Directorate reserves the right to forbid access to the golf course for a definite or definite period. The responsible player can not claim any refund.

CONTROL OF ACCESS TO FACILITIES

The Golf Directorate, the teachers, the steward of the golf course are qualified to:

    • Monitor the respect of the label.
    • Monitor the respect of departure times.
    • Monitor the pace of play of the players.
    • Monitor eligibility of players on the course
    • Monitor the good dress of the players.

The Directorate of Golf is authorized to intervene in all circumstances and take, if necessary, the immediate measures that would be required.

SPORTS ASSOCIATION

The players are informed of the existence of the "Sport Association of the Seraincourt Golf".

This association is independent and covers golfers playing Seraincourt having paid their dues to the Sports Association.

Membership in this association does not give any special rights to its members, with respect to the Golf.

This association aims to develop sports animation, through competitions, teams, interclub tournaments .... and thus to create a club atmosphere by constant reconciliations between golfers playing Seraincourt.

TEACHING

The courses are taught exclusively by teachers approved by the Directorate of Golf.

Classes can take place on all golf facilities. Some areas are reserved for them primarily.

Reservations for individual and group lessons are at the golf reception. In case of impossibility to attend the reserved course, it is asked to cancel the reservation at the golf reception at least 24 h in advance.

Practice balls are included in the lesson fee.

RENTALS

  • Equipment

The golf Seraincourt can provide players with rental equipment within the limits of availability.

This equipment is rented for a fee at a rate posted at the reception.

Upon delivery of the equipment to the owner of the rental, it is under his responsibility.

He incurs his personal liability in case of improper use, degradation, theft or accident.

The equipment must be returned in good condition near the reception.

In case of degradation, the holder will be liable for the cost of repair and in case of theft of the value of the equipment.

  • Trolleys - golf carts

The Seraincourt golf course provides players with manual or electric trolleys and electric carts, subject to availability.

These materials are rented for a fee according to a rental rate posted at the reception.

The rental of golf carts is reserved for adults and their conduct prohibited to people under 16 years.

The use of golf carts is only possible within the golf course, to carry two people at the most and in compliance with the safety instructions posted at the reception.

Each cart is under the responsibility of the owner of the rental upon delivery of the vehicle. In solidarity with the other users of the cart, he engages his personal responsibility in case of improper use, degradation, theft or accident.

The rental rules above apply to rolling stock.

In case of bad weather and depending on the state of the field, the use of golf carts in the field may be prohibited.

Golf trolleys and golf carts must be returned to their intended location after use.

COMPETITIONS

The competitions are programmed and organized by the Golf Association of Seraincourt in liaison with the Direction of golf.

It may be established for each competition a "competition rules" specifying in particular the chosen game formula, the conditions of formation of the games at the start, the tie-breaking rules in the event of a tie in the scores.

The regularly announced competitions are open to all FFG license holders holding a medical certificate without any contraindication to the practice of the game of golf.

However, it may be set up, either closed competitions by invitation, or competitions under the aegis of the FFG.

Registration for competitions, within the limits of the places provided are done either at the reception, or by telephone, or possibly by internet.

To participate in a competition, players must pay a registration fee.

Players outside the golf course must, in addition, pay a green fee.

At the end of the competition, the scorecard, duly completed, signed by the player and co-signed by the scorer, must be handed to the reception.

The awards ceremony takes place, with some exceptions, at the end of the competition. If one of the winners is absent during the award ceremony, the prize will be awarded to the next, unless otherwise advised by the Sports Association.

Only individual competitions homologated by the FFG can cause a modification of the indexes.

The Golf Department of Seraincourt has full power to settle the special cases not provided for in the present by-law, as well as to modify it according to the needs of golf.

These rules will be posted on the premises of the clubhouse accessible to the public.

The President of the Seraincourt Golf

RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Be early but leave on time
  • Once the green reaches, drop your bags after or on a path to the next hole.
  • Do not get stuck on the green to comment on your previous moves or score your scores. Do it on the way or from the next hole.
  • Do not abuse the mobile phone. In case of necessity, free the place.
  • If you feel that the game in front of you has a slow game, either involve the course marshal if he is on the spot, or ask with the greatest kindness that it leaves you the passage. Above all do not rush this team by playing on it, which could lead to bad mood and risk of accident.
  • Especially out of competition, do not turn your ball searches into an endless treasure hunt.
  • On a bad day, pick up your ball and jump the hole rather than playing a tenth shot on the fairway of one by 4.
  • Keep your carts away from tee-offs and greens always on the way to the next hole.
  • Never forget to pack your pitch and especially to use it.
  • Keep in mind that you have come to relax ... ..
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