The course consists of 9 holes over a maximum of 5390 yards from the White Tees and an encouraging 4726 yards from the Ladies tees.
Don’t let the distance be the issue you judge this course by as the rise and fall of the terrain and the ever changing aspect as you work your way around the Fell, make good judgement and accuracy the ever valued keys to low scores.
Some have said “Golf is a good walk spoiled”
However 9 holes around Grange Fell “Is a good walk made great by golf“
Local rules and Guidance.
Please avoid slow play at all times whilst respecting all others on the course showing courtesy to all others and helping everyone to enjoy the course and all it has to offer.
Please respect the course at all times, replacing all divots, repairing all pitch marks ( even I they aren’t your own) and if a bunker is looking a little un-loved then take a rake and give it some care and grooming. ( but only if your ball isn’t in there otherwise there will be penalties!!!)
A ball lying on any of the footpaths may be lifted and dropped without penalty as per rule 24-2b.
A ball is out of bounds when all or any of it lies outside the boundaries of the course, including white posts where used.
If you should fly one out of bounds then if you want to venture after it then please do take note of the various stiles and use them and not climb over walls and fences, we leave that to the sheep!!!
If a ball comes to rest so that a young tree (under six feet tall) interferes with play, the ball may be lifted and dropped without penalty as per rule 24-2b. Should it land at the feet of another player under or over Six feet tall then let that be a reminder that you should always shout FORE if there is any risk to others from your errant shot
On holes 1/10 Players must not play until the green is clear. The steps at the side of the Tee help see over the brow to the green but please do be careful climbing up and down.
On holes 3/12 players must not drive until the bell by the green on 3/12 has been rung. Players leaving the Green MUST ring the bell.
Players coming down the Ninth and completing there round have priority on those starting at the first at most times. Players on both Tees have a responsibility to be aware of the presence of anyone on either Tee.
All players should abided by the etiquette as laid down in the rules of golf and no golfer must play until the golfers in front are out of range.
Please do use care and caution at all times to ensure a safe and enjoyable time is had by all.
Most importantly of all enjoy your golf and have a great time.