Welcome to Stackstown Golf Club
- Monday, Thursday & Friday €40
- Weekends: €50
- Mid Week Fourball No Buggy €140
- Mid Week Fourball & 2 Buggies: €190
- Opens: €25
- Guest with a Members: €20
- Guest with a Members Twlight: €15
- Guest with a Members 12 Holes : €10
- Buggy Rentals : €30
Stackstown Golf Club Dress Code.
On the Golf course appropriate golf attire should be worn on the golf course at all times.
The following are not acceptable:
- Denim Wear of any type.
- Singlets, sleeveless or collarless shirts.
- Track suits or Leisure suits.
- Beach Wear of any kind.
In The Clubhouse:
- Neat Casual Dress appropriate to the clubhouse must be worn.
- Smart tailored denims may be worn.
- Any type of footwear worn on the course is not acceptable in the clubhouse.
- In the clubhouse, mobile phones may be used in the Locker Rooms, Reception area on the Ground Floor and on the Landing outside the bar.
- Smartphones may be used to access the Internet in the clubhouse.
- The use of Mobile phones on the course should be limited to medical emergencies or equipment breakdown.
Individual €30 | Fourball €140 | Fourball + 2 Buggies €190 | Visitor Buggy Rental (per buggy) €30
For booking contact the Gerry Keane Pro-Shop on 01-494 1993 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All other queries contact the office on 01-494 1993 or email: email@example.com
Some important rules to note:
STACKSTOWN GOLF CLUB –LOCAL RULES 2011
As provided in Rule 33-8a, the Committee may make and publish Local
Tee pegs are mandatory for all tee shots – Penalty: loss of hole in match play, 2 shot penalty otherwise.
GROUND UNDER REPAIR
Full relief, one club length not nearer the hole, must be taken from the following without penalty
- Any area marked with white paint
- All roped off areas
- Any area marked with a GUR sign.
INTEGRAL PARTS OF THE COURSE – All trees (other than staked trees), steps, cottage and its surrounds, boundary fences/walls/bridges and railway sleepers. The ball must be played as it lies or declared unplayable with relief under penalty available under Rule 28.
MACHINERY TYRE / TRACK – A ball lying in a Tractor/Machinery track or tyre mark may be lifted and dropped one club length not nearer the hole without penalty.
TEES – A ball lying on a permanent tee must be played as it lies except when winter rules apply. During winter rules, the ball must be lifted and dropped off the tee box at the nearest point of relief not nearer the hole.
EMBEDDED STONES – Relief may be taken from embedded stones on the fairway within one club length not nearer the hole without penalty.
PYLONS / WIRES – A ball striking an ESB pylon/pole, telegraph pole or wires must be replayed without penalty.
AERATION HOLES ON THE PUTTING GREENS – When the greens have been aerated / cored, relief may be taken. Only when on a putting green, a ball that comes to rest in or on an aeration hole maybe placed at the nearest spot not nearer the hole that avoids the situation.
DISTANCE MEASURING DEVICES – For all play on this course a player may obtain distance information by using a device that measures distance only.
FAIRWAY DISTANCE POLES – These are not permanent structures and may be removed if they interfere with a player’s stance or the area of his intended swing or line of play.
MOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS RULE 24.1 – A player may take relief, one club length not nearer the hole, without penalty from a movable obstruction. Bunkers: Stones and rakes in bunkers are movable obstructions.
IMMOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS RULE 24.2 – A player may take relief of one club length not nearer the hole without penalty from an immovable obstruction. All fixed seats at tees, monument at 15th (White course) 13th (Blue Course), direction indicators, manhole covers, gully traps, fairway sprinkler heads, tee markers, ball washers and drinking fountains, fairway distance markers, oil house, pump house, pylons, telegraph and ESB poles, winter tee mats, staked trees, bell poles, paths and driveway. In the case of the driveway the relief is two club lengths.
Sprinkler Heads (within two club-lengths of the putting green)
Where a ball lies off the putting green, is not in a hazard and is within two club-lengths of the obstruction which intervenes with the line of play between the ball and the hole, a player may lift and drop the ball, without penalty, at the nearest point where the ball lay that:
(a) Is not nearer the hole,
(b) Avoids intervention,
(b) Is not in a hazard or on a putting green.
Relief Hole on the Green (24.2b(3) If the ball lies on the putting green a player may take relief if the “relief hole” intervenes on his line of putt, the player must lift the ball and place it without penalty at the nearest point of relief. Note: A relief hole is a hole covered with a “man made cap” it is not a hole that has been replaced permanently
WRONG GREEN 25-3 (B) – If a players ball lies on a wrong putting green (permanent or temporary), the player must not play the ball as it lies, the player must take relief, without penalty, as follows:
The player must lift the ball and drop it within one club-length of and not nearer the hole than the nearest point of relief. The nearest point of relief must not be in a hazard or on a putting green. Where possible after relief is taken players feet should not be on the putting surface.