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Buggies allowed on course
Monday August 6th 2018
Now that the dry weather has finally broken we hope that the members appreciate the hard work the greens staff put in to keep the course in a playable condition.
Jim and his team were coming out to water the greens on a regular basis during the nights to ensure that the greens (and tees) were watered at the best optimum time for water retention, this was done on a voluntary basis by all the greens staff.
Many off you will have noticed that the bushes in front of Newbattle sign next to the putting green has been cleared, Robin SPinks has been working with Belhaven to fund additional signage which will allow course conditions to be displayed for members information.Tweet  Share on Facebook
The compulsory use of fairway mats ends on February 28th, after consultation with the Greens staff the optional use of mats from the fairway is encouraged until the end of March. If playing from the fairways without using a mat please ensure any divots are replaced. Mats are available for purchase in the [...]
News from the course
It has been apparent of a general decline in golf etiquette at Newbattle Golf Club in recent years, the Greens Committee would like to emphasise the following points Repair a minimum of two pitch marks on every green. Ensure bunkers are raked after playing from them, if a rake is not available please make [...]
Winter course work update
Jim and his team are continuing their winter programme of work to ensure our exceptionally high standard of greens are ready for the new season.
New Flag presented to the club
Flag donated by honorary member