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Derek
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PostSubject: Re: Stupid Questions That You Are Afraid Of Asking   Thu May 24, 2012 3:55 pm

CAless wrote:
I kept reading about slow player. How slow is slow? What is the usual speed? Is there a standard or guideline? Cos I searched online and the information I got varies quite alot.

It depends on where you play, information below is for Marina Bay, which is relatively strict on course timing

Recommended Pace of Play: 2 hours and 10 minutes for 9 holes

Maximum allowable Pace of Play: 4 hours 30 mins for 18 holes

Of course when the course is crowded, being slow means not being able to keep pace with the flight in front.

An example of not keeping pace is when the flight in front is on the green putting and you have just started to tee off (Par 4).

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PostSubject: Re: Stupid Questions That You Are Afraid Of Asking   Thu May 24, 2012 5:19 pm


Bangla123 wrote:
Also, at public ranges, club on the mat signify a bay is taken. Similar to a tissue paper chope in a food market. Another reason I strongly suggest If you can afford it, is to purchase a private club membership .

Hope it helps!

Club on mat to reserve bays occurs at sicc too, this practise exist outside public ranges too.
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