Work Underway on Hole 15 of San Lorenzo | June 2013

June 4th, 2013

Ground Works Taking Place this June at San Lorenzo Golf Course

The works on the 15th tee of San Lorenzo Golf Course are due to be completed by Thursday 15th June 2013.

We greatly apologise for any inconvenience experienced during this time... but rest assured the course will greatly benefit from this speedy improvement work.

At present we are progressing with these works on the left hand side of hole 15 and part of the fairway, which may slightly interfere with your game. The area is classified as GUR - Ground Under Repair and is marked with blue stakes.

If the ball lies in the area of the GUR the player must lift the ball and drop it within one club-length of the nearest point of relief, but not nearer the hole (Rule 25-1b(i)).

For any ball lost in the abnormal ground condition (the GUR) - if there is reasonable evidence that the ball was lost in the area GUR, the spot where the ball last crossed the limits shall be determined and the player may drop another ball within one club-length from that spot according to Rule 25-1b(i).

We look forward to opening the hole back up in its entirety shortly... and hope that you will enjoy the fruits of our improvement works - and the wonderful golf that can be experienced at our Algarve course.

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