ŚKG Local Rules

1. Out of bounds areas are marked by white stakes and a driving range fence. Stakes, poles, tensioning ropes, and the driving range are all areas that are defined as out of bounds and are penalty areas. A ball played inside of the tree line or near the trail, (on the right side of fairway #1 is out of bounds.
2. White stakes on the left side of wells 1 and 7 designate the inner car, which applies only to the playing hole 1 or 7. White stakes on the right side of well 6 designate a car, which only applies to hole 6. When playing other holes, the stakes cars are artificial fixed obstacles.
3. The penalty areas are marked with red or yellow stakes and / or lines.
4. Unmarked joints on wells 7 and 13 are red areas of punishment. The border of the penalty area is marked by the edge of the pond.
5. Areas to be repaired are places marked with blue stakes and / or lines and flower beds covered with gravel and stones.
6. Directional, information and advertising boards, litter bins, benches, lines and stakes holding trees, sprinklers, paved paths, etc. are artificial immovable obstacles.
7. White and blue stakes and / or lines delimit the repair area from which the game is prohibited. Release under Rule 16.1f is mandatory.
8. Young conifers, on the left-hand side of hole 12, lower than one club length are prohibited. Release under Rule 16.1f is mandatory.
9. On hole 1 (on the right side of the pond) there is a dropping zone in the form of a mat. For a ball that has entered the pond, in addition to the options according to Rule 17.1, the player has the option (with one penalty stroke) to play the ball from the mat. The ball can be placed on the mat (it does not have to be dropped).
10. Modification of the Rule 16.3. Release without penalty is only allowed for a ball driven into the main area at fairway height or below. For the purposes of this Rule, the walls of the bunkers are not mown to fairway height or below.
11. Release without penalty under Rule 16.1b may also be taken when the sprinkler and ball lie  within the main area mowed to fairway height or below and the sprinkler lies no more than one length of stick from the green and from the ball and is located on game lines.
12. When a player's ball is not found or is out of play, Rule 18.2 or the Local Rule below may apply.
By adding 2 penalty strokes, the player can take the release by dropping the ball in the release area, which is determined as follows:
Benchmarks should be set:
(A) ball reference point - the estimated, approximate point where the ball died on the field or the ball's starting point 
(B) fairway reference point - the fairway point of the currently played hole located as close as possible to point (A) and not closer to the hole than point (A)
For the purposes of this Local Rule, the term "fairway" means an area of ​​grass in the main area that is mown to or below fairway height.
Release area based on designated reference points:
Everywhere between:
  - a line from the hole through the ball reference point (A) and within two club lengths beyond 
 this line, and
  - a line from the hole through the fairway reference point (B) and within two stick lengths
 beyond this line. 
But with the following restrictions:
  - the release area must be in the main area, and
 - must not be closer to the hole than the ball reference point (A).
 A player may not use this Local Rule if: 
  - it is known or practically certain that his original ball is in the penalty area, 
  - or the Player played a makeshift ball in accordance with Rule 18.3. 
The player can also use this Local Rule for a makeshift ball if it is not found or is out of order.