Additional rules pertaining to a given course.
Rules that apply to a particular course due to unusual features.
A set of rules you have to follow to start a Court case. Every County and Court has different local rules.
Those dealing with unusual features of a particular golf course.
Rules for a club decided by the member's of a club.
Rules that are determined by the local folks.
A particular set of rules for each court governing matters not determined by the Federal Rules of Procedure.
Committees have the right to specify local rules to suit their course. Can change from week to week and should be read before commencing any round.
A set of rules for a club determined by the members.
The tweaking of the rules of golf by a particular course.
The technical rules that are followed at the court where you have filed your case. These rules cover some of the same topics that are discussed in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. When you do anything in your case, you have to obey both the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Local Rules for the court where your case is being considered. If the Local Rules are different than the Federal Rules, you must follow the requirements in the Local Rules. In San Antonio, the local rules are called the Local Court Rules of the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas. A free copy is available from the court clerk.
Rules established by a club because of unusual course conditions.
Set of rules determined by the members, rules committee, or course professional.