GOLF CLUB OF CLERVAUX
INFORMATION & RULES
In order to play the 18-hole course, non-members of the Golf Club of Clervaux must be in possession of a certificate of entry or a valid membership card of a golf club. If these conditions are not met, the player may only play on the driving range and the 3-hole course. The green fees must be paid before the start in the proshop.
Opening times (April to October): daily from 08:00 CET to 18:00 CET.
Opening times (November to March): Monday to Friday from 10:00 CET to 16:00 CET depending on the weather and the playability of the course.
A maximum handicap of 36 is required to participate.
0-12 13-18 19-28 29-36
The above mentioned handicaps apply to all tournaments except in exceptional cases, e.g. a sponsor establishes for his tournament different rules.
Note for players:
Please check the correctness of your handicap on your scorecard. If any changes are necessary, please contact the secretary immediately. The player is solely responsible for the accuracy of his score card.
Note for markers:
To ensure that no errors occur, please make sure that the correct score is legibly entered for each hole in the adjacent column when completing the scorecard.
The maximum playing time for a round on the 18-hole course is 4.5 hours.
Players are kindly requested to present their handicap card at the golf reception.
GOLF BUGGY RENTAL
Golf buggy rentals are available from the 15th of April to the 31st October.
In the case of bad weather conditions or for safety reasons, the Golf Club of Clervaux reserves the right to refuse the use of buggies, even if they have already been reserved. The buggies must be booked in advance.
After use, the buggy must be returned to the garage and rejoined. During office hours, the keys must be handed over to the golf reception. Outside office hours, please throw the keys into the key box next to the entrance door.
DOGS ON THE COURSE
The Golf Club of Clervaux loves all animals. However, management is obliged to make decisions, some also unpopular, to ensure space and friendly relations between members. After a series of complaints, the management decided to: In tournaments, no dogs are allowed on the course. Otherwise, golfers can take their dogs with them, provided the dog is kept on a short lead.