Complaints noted about slow play in Sunday Pennant

As a result of complaints received by the GCV Match Committee, all host clubs will be required to have a course Marshall to keep an eye on pace of play.

Any groups noted to be slow playing groups that fall behind more than one hole, will receive one warning to catch up within 20 minutes. (from the Course Marshall or on course GCV match committee member)

If the group fails to do so, within the allocated time 20-minute frame, the group in question will be instructed to walk the upcoming holes until the correct position in the field is obtained. These holes will be forfeited from play. (e.g., a match may only play 15/16 holes instead of the allocated 18.)

Any disputes on this matter need to be taken up with the GCV Match Committee on the day. The GVC Match Committee has the final say on any outcome.