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New Secretary joins P(D)GC
Pitreavie Dunfermline Golf Club are pleased to announce that we have appointed Melanie Dreszler as our New Club Secretary. Mel, as she likes to be called, has been the Club Manager at the Bridge of Allan Sports Club for the last 12 months and before that was Clubhouse Manager at Canmore Golf Club from 2011 until 2019. All going well Mel will start on Monday 16th March and I am sure you will all make her feel most welcome.
2020 ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS
While we are hopeful that there will be some relaxation in the government lockdown rules in the near future, the major issue the club faces is that the annual subscription notices are normally sent out in May, with payment due before the end of June. A number of financial scenarios have been calculated based on various re-opening dates for the course and the clubhouse, together with membership renewal levels and, whilst we have availed ourselves of government grants, wage subsidies and payment holidays, it is clear that the club will start to run seriously short of funds in July without any subscription income.
The future of the club is dependent on members’ generosity and support through this difficult period, therefore, the intention is to issue the subscription notices by the end of May. With so many unknowns (including the date of the course re-opening, and probable playing restrictions) our financial situation is such that our fees will remain unchanged from last year. However, once the club re-opens and we have an indication of membership renewal levels, then we will revisit the finances of the club and identify whatever actions need to be taken.
At this stage, full and early payment of subscriptions will greatly benefit the club and help to secure its future but, given the ongoing uncertainty over jobs and the economy, it is appreciated that some members may not wish to either commit to renewal or pay the full amount until the course reopens. Fees would normally be payable by 30th June but, if the course remains closed at that date, members can pay what they consider appropriate with the balance being payable on the course reopening.
Please note that no pro rata fees will be available to existing members who wish to re-join later in the year
Any member paying their total subscription amount by 30th June will receive complimentary guest tickets in recognition of their support: 6 tickets for Ordinary (i.e. ‘Full’) members on full fees, 3 for all other adult playing member categories.
In addition, if a ‘Full’ member wishes to support the club by paying fees for the next two years then a special discount of £100 will be given off the total amount. Anyone interested should contact the Club Secretary once fee notices have been issued.
If you have any queries please contact the Club Secretary in the first instance at Secretary@PitreavieGolfClub.co.uk. Also, if you do not intend to re-join please contact the Secretary to advise the Club accordingly as this will greatly assist and inform our financial planning.
There are various ways you can pay and these are detailed below:
Payment may be made by the following methods :-
By BACS transfer
Members MUST PLEASE use their name AND MEMBERSHIP NUMBER as a reference on BACS payment. Clydesdale Bank Sort Code 82-67-25 Account no. 20067304. Please also let the club secretary know you have made payment in this way either by phone (01383 7225991 option 1) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Using Bar Loyalty Card
Members in possession of a loyalty card can make their payment by cash, cheque or direct debit/credit card at the bar. A till receipt will be issued and this should be retained by the member. Cash held on the loyalty card cannot be used towards the annual subscriptions.
If you do not have a bar loyalty card it is possible you may not have collected it yet. Please contact Mel the Club Secretary or Sheila the Assistant Secretary or email email@example.com
Payment by instalments (Direct Debit).
If you wish to pay in instalments a new scheme will be announced shortly
Please advise the Club Secretary or Assistant Secretary either by phone or email BEFORE FRIDAY 14 JUNE
Direct to the Secretary or assistant secretary
To add fixtures to your device calendar
On your device (phone, tablet or PC) go to the PDGC homepage in your internet browser.
Go to the “Upcoming Events” section.
Underneath the events there are 2 icons – Add and View Calendar.
To add all published fixtures to your calendar (i.e. Gents, Ladies, Juniors, Mixed etc.) click on Add and select the appropriate choice for your device/calendar.
To add only a specific category of events (i.e. Gents) click on view calendar
On the calendar page click on Categories
Select the category(s) you want (i.e. Gents & Seniors)
Click on “Subscribe to filtered calendar” button (shown below the calendar)
Select the appropriate choice for your device/calendar.
This will add all the published events to your calendar and will add new events automatically as they are added.
New Local Instructions
(Effective from 1st January 2019)
Out of Bounds
Out of bounds is defined by the line between the course-side points at ground level of white stakes and fence posts. Out of bounds is also defined by the course-side kerb stones on the road beside the 18th fairway.
The practice ground between the 13th, 4th, 15th and 16th fairways is out of bounds. The boundary is defined by the course-side points at ground level of white stakes.
All Penalty areas are defined as RED
Abnormal Course Conditions – Immovable Obstructions Rule 16 include
a) All artificially surfaced roads and paths on the course outwith a Penalty Area. All other paths and tracks are an integral part of the Genaral Area.
- b) Concrete tee and fairway distance markers, hydrant covers, sprinkier heads, bell stands and on course seats/benches.
- c) Trees and shrubs which are staked or otherwise identified or protected (eg by wrapping) or below 1 club – length in height: relief must be taken if such a tree or shrub interferes with a player’s stance or the area of his intended swing.
On putting greens the position of the pins is identified by the colour of the flag
Front: RED Centre: BLUE Back: YELLOW
Distance measuring Devices
Distance may be obtained by devices that measure or gauge distance only
Many fairways are blind from the tee and bell standards must be used to advise when fairways are clear. Extra caution should be taken where visibility of adjacent fairways is limited. Particular care should be taken when playing from the second, third, seventh and eighteenth tees.
Temporary Local Rules
See Notice Board for any Temporary Local Rules in force
There are no local rules in force
Email address – please ensure – if you change your email address you let me know. If your friends are not receiving Club emails – ask them to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This website has been designed with the intention of the site being functional to both visitors and members alike. Any members suggestions for additions, improvements etc will be gratefully considered. Suggestions should be made via the Secretary. See Contact Details page.