Penrith Golf Club is committed to the maintenance and preservation of the golf course for future generations in a sustainable and environmentally-friendly manner.
TheManagement Committee endorses the adoption of envionmentally-friendly practices throughout the course and clubhouse. It realises the importance of such practices not only locally, but nationally and globally.These practices include waste minimisation and recycling, energy efficency, minimal use of chemicals, water resource management, nature and landscape conservation.
To promote good environmental practices, our policy with regard to the environment is to:
- Identify the significant environmental impacts of our activities and to develop suitable objectives, targets and management programmes, applying appropriate operational procedures to minimise our environmental impact.
- Comply with relevant legislation, regulation and other requirements relating to our environmental impact and to improve employees’ understanding and commitment to environment practices through structured communications and training in a safe working environment.
- Prevent pollution, minimise our inputs of utilities and resources and the outputs of emissions to the atmosphere, effluents to waters/sewers and wastes to disposal facilities, endeavouring to re-use, recover or recycle materials where practicable.
- Develop and maintain constructive relationships with relevant environmental organisations to ensure good communications and sourcing of best advice.
- Introduce sustainable operating procedures and practices to minimise Penrith Golf Club’s overall impact on the environment.
- Strive for continual improvement in overall environmental performance.
Reviewed and approved by the Management Committee 17/12/2019
Penrith Golf Club is committed to Safety
Please read understand and follow these rules to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience at our Club.
FIRST AID: Assistance is available from the Greenkeepers, the Professionals, and the
Clubhouse Staff. An AED defibrillator is located outside the Secretary’s Office in the Clubhouse.
REPORT ALL ACCIDENTS: The accident log is in the Clubhouse at the Bar.
CARRY A MOBILE PHONE WHILE PLAYING AND IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY: RING 999 FOR AN AMBULANCE
AMBULANCE ACCESS POINTS: Car Parks
SHOUT “FORE!” IF YOU CANNOT SEE THE FULL RANGE OF A WAYWARD SHOT:
● Do not play until the players in front are out of range.
● Ensure no one is standing too close or in a position to be hit by the club, the ball or debris
when making a stroke or a practice swing.
● Shout FORE if your ball might hit someone.
● On hearing “Fore!” – Crouch, cover your head with your arms and count to 10.
Please see the Course Safety Notice for other relevant information.