Members and Visitors are obliged to provide adequate notice of cancellation of golf bookings. It is a courtesy to all players that adequate notice is given of a cancellation to provide other players the opportunity to play.
The required notice of cancellation is prior to 1pm the day before the scheduled competition. It is the member/visitor responsibility to remove their name from the Booking Sheet if they are unable to play.
If a member/visitor is identified as:
- Cancelling their booking after 1 pm the day before the scheduled competition, or
- Absent from a competition they were booked the member/visitor is considered a “no show”.
The member/visitor is:
- Required to pay the current competition fee prior to their next competition game
- Recorded on the late cancellation/no show register.
Extreme Weather: The effects of extreme weather will be taken into account in respect of late cancellations only.
Repeat Offenders: If a member/visitor continues to be reported for late cancellations or no-shows, the Golf Advisory Committee/Board of Directors may impose further penalties.
Extraordinary Circumstances: If the member/visitor believes there is good reason for the exemption they are to be submitted in writing for consideration of the GAC.
Members who have been unable to book an acceptable tee time are urged to place their name on the reserve list at the Golf Shop. Names from this list are given priority upon a cancellation.