Bunkers not sandpits

Bunkers are not sand pits

To the unfamiliar, the ‘sand pits’ on the golf course are called bunkers. Bunkers are put in the golf course design to add an element of challenge and aesthetics. It is important for anyone using the golf course, who goes into a bunker, to please keep the sand in a consistent playable and presentable condition.

This means that when going into a bunker, we should use the rakes provided to smooth out our footprints or marks from playing our shot. Even if you are not a golfer, please be aware of these practices as we do see dog tracks and the likes in the bunkers which have not been smoothed over. If everyone helps out, these areas will be better presented for us all to enjoy together.

Bingara Gorge Golf Course