Whats your opinion on LT saying his old club stopped it because of H&S?
I know Crail don't because its and SSI, is Kilspindie?
are the paths public rights of way?Kilspindie is pretty rocky so there is not much chance of getting a playable lie and a good chance of turning an ankle. For the same reason there are not many walkers on that stretch either. So maybe H&S from a player safety angle.
At NB there are usually people on the beach, especially on the 1st two holes. You often have to wait on the 2nd hole for the pedestrians to clear away before hitting. The 1st hole is actually more dangerous because you cannot see over the high grass bank whether there are people on the beach or not - and they can't see you hitting either.
are the paths public rights of way?
H&S ive never even considered it an issue at ours, I think we own the land and there are plenty of signs up warning of Golf in play, so maybe thats why we do it.
same here, loads just wander all over the course then quote the OAC, despite probably never even reading it and thinking it allows them to go where they please.... not on a sports ground/Golf course you can't.I don't know if the paths across the course are formal rights of way but under the 'right to roam' act pedestrians have the right to cross a golf course so long as they don't interfere with play. This is specifically laid out in the Scottish Outdoor Access Code. I just wish more of them would have their wits about them and pay attention to where they are.
We have loads of signs everywhere but not sure they get read much.
Kilspindie is Just the place for Hickory's then, not played it myself, due to play it twice and both times game was switched to MuirfieldLuffness doesn't float my boat at all. Very flat and boring if I'm being honest
Kilspindie is ok, decent layout and greens but more enjoyable with a half set it's that short. Wouldn't rush back there.