Dear Spring Run Member,
With several areas of turf being roped off recently, some are uncertain as to how to play the ball if they land in it, or next to some rope.
Ground Under Repair (GUR) will be defined by either:
- Complete circle of white paint
- Completely roped area, or
- Combination of the two
Some areas are partially roped, and then connected with white paint to surround an area. Either way, it is Ground Under Repair.
NOTE: Maintenance has painted white dashed lines running lengthwise along some fairways. This is for the equipment operators to show them where they should move the line of cut to, NOT GUR
The Rules of golf allow you to play the ball as it lies within the boundary of Ground Under Repair, but it is recommended to take relief as described by the diagram below.
Please let us know if you have any questions. Thank you.