SEA TRAIL LADY NINERS
1. The league day for Sea Trail Lady Niners is Thursday.
2. Players MUST check in ONE HALF HOUR BEFORE YOUR SCHEDULED
3. You may sign up at the Jones/Byrd Clubhouse or on the computer by 12 noon
Monday for Thursday play. To sign upon the computer, access the Sea Trail
web site at: www.mapost.org
a) select Golf (drop down menu appears)
b) select Sea Trail Lady Niners
c) select Sea Trail Lady Niners “Sign Up” and fill out the form
MEMBERS CANNOT CANCEL Thursday SIGN UP ON THE COMPUTER AFTER 12 NOON ON MONDAY.
4. You may get your tee times by accessing the Sea Trail web site at:
a) select Calendars
b) select Sea Trail Lady Niners from left hand menu bar
c) click on the underlined date of play
MEMBERS WHO DO NOT HAVE A COMPUTER WILL BE NOTIFIED OF
THEIR TEE TIMES BY TELEPHONE.
5. In the event you must cancel your Thursday tee time, please notify one of the
monthly pairing coordinators as soon as possible. If on the day of play you
are canceling, please remember to contact one of the pairings" coordinators to
report your absence. If they do not have a replacement for you, they will advise
you to notify the clubhouse.
SEA TRAIL LADY NINERS
1. To speed up play, pick up after 10 strokes unless playing in a tournament. (In a
tournament you must putt out or be disqualified).
2. Take relief from all ropes, posts, and railroad ties. Determine the point of
nearest relief and drop the ball, without penalty, within one club length of that
point. NO NEARER THE HOLE.
3. Take relief from fire ants, poison ivy, and poison oak. Determine the point of
nearest relief from the ball, without penalty, within one club length of that point.
NO NEARER THE HOLE.
4. Winter rules are in place all year. You may improve your lie in your own fairway 6
inches, no nearer the hole.
5. Waste areas are designated by the absence of rakes. Take relief if your ball lies
in a footprint, rut, or tire track. Determine the point of nearest relief, drop your
ball, without penalty, within one club length of that point. You may ground your
club in a waste area.
6. Any drainage ditch (wet or dry) on the course will be played as a lateral hazard.
Follow the appropriate procedure as it applies to a lateral hazard.
7. Water hazards: Where there is a designated drop area, try to get over the water
once. If the ball goes in the water, carry to the drop area, add 2 strokes to your
score (one for the shot, one for the penalty). Drop the ball in the drop area.
Where there is no designated drop area, try to get over the water two times. If the
ball goes in the water on the second shot, carry around and drop at the closest
point on the other side of the hazard, adjacent to the green. (Right side of cart
path on Byrd #13 and left side of cart path on Jones #8). Add 4 strokes to your
score (two for the shots, two for the penalties).
IMPORTANT: THIS RULE APPLIES TO WATER HAZARDS ONLY
(YELLOW STAKES) AND NOT LATERAL HAZARDS (RED STAKES).
8. When the game of the week is “least putts,” the procedure is as follows: A putt is counted ONLY when the ball rests on the green before the stroke is taken.
9. Take relief from only those landscaped areas designated by a blue stake. If such an area interferes with a player’s stance or intended swing, the ball must be lifted, without penalty. Determine the point of nearest relief and drop the ball within one club length of that point, NO NEARER THE HOLE. If your ball lies in any other landscaped area not so marked, you must play the ball as it lies.
10. If your ball lies in pine straw anywhere on the course, you must play the ball as it lies. You do not get any relief from a ditch that encircles the pine straw.