90 degree rule?

Slab

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Oh yes very smart especially if it records such demeanors on their record

Resort style course with mix of members/visitors, so lots playing it for first time. Its enough to have the buggy halt to protect the course
Even without rain buggys will cut-out on fairway if you drive too close to a green etc

Players aside, getting a dozen or so GKs out to cut the greens and 100 plus teeing areas after heavy rain without once driving on the course means no risk of tyre ruts even in 1st cut or other areas of rough that could spoil the ground for weeks/months. Really helps with presentation and course condition
 

LincolnShep

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I thought that was common, polite practice when using a buggy. Its a bit like the 'no taking your pants down on the course' rule, I suppose.
What?! When did that come in? The rule-makers are total killjoys. Next you'll be telling me that it's not OK to casually grope other members' members.
 

rulefan

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I hated the Nicklaus @ St Mellion where all buggies always had to keep to the path. Too often the only access to the fairway was to go 50 or more yards past or behind your ball to find a viable way through the undergrowth or steep gradient. The Kernow was better.
 
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