• Headley Golf Club
    Headley Golf Club Headley Golf Club was established in 1907 and is situated 1000 feet above sea level in the Pennines above Bradford.
  • The sixth green
    The sixth green The lower part of the course containing 4 holes is dominated by the Thornton viaduct. Here the 6th green with the viaduct in the background
  • Thornton Viaduct
    Thornton Viaduct Thornton Viaduct was built around 1870 and was part of the rail link between Keighley to Queensbury
 

OUT OF BOUNDS (Rule 27)

Beyond any boundary wall or fence.

Beyond the white markers to the left of the 1st/10th hole.
In or over that part of the stream on the 4th/13th hole which lies outside the red markers.

WATER HAZARDS (Rule 26)

The stream within the red markers at the 4th/13th hole is a lateral water hazard.

The stream beyond the 6th/15th green is a water hazard and is defined by markers.

STONES IN BUNKERS are movable obstructions. Rule 24-1 applies.

GROUND UNDER REPAIR (GUR)

The old drainage grips to the left of the 6th/15th hole and the 8th/17th hole.

On the path to the right of the 5/14th hole where defined by markers.

PROTECTION OFYOUNGTREES (Identified by Stakes)

If such a tree interferes with a players stance or the area of his intended swing, the ball MUST be lifted,

without penalty and dropped in accordance with Rule 24-2b(i).

PENALTY FOR BREACH OF LOCAL RULE

Matchplay - Loss of Hole / Strokeplay -Two Strokes

Pitch Mark

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