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Puttenham Golf Course

Winter Training 9

Wed 16 February, 2022

Near: Puttenham
Level of event: Activity

Type of event: Race, Training, Score, Night

Try your hand at night orienteering on a brand new map in the confines of Puttenham golf course. Fast open fairways, divided by runnable sections of woodland provide an ideal chance to try Night orienteering for the first time or hone your already proven skills. Two courses will be provided a standard linear 4.2km course or a score course with controls further away worth more points. Full timing, via SI control boxes and flags should help add to the fun.

Directions / Parking

In the golf course car park

Course Information

1 course of approx 4.2km, and a score course with controls providing different points ... and 45 minutes.

Entry Details

Free to SN members, but send me an email to book a map and dibber

Registration & Start Times

6pm to 7pm start times with controls being brought in from 8.00pm

Terrain Description

Fast open fair ways; runnable forest.

Dog restrictions

No dogs allowed


Toilets on site

Bring a good torch and a backup :-)

Contacts / Officials

Organiser: Steve McKinley


Important Event Information

Safety and Risk: A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser. Competitors are responsible for their own personal safety and for assessing their own abilities to complete the course. Neither Southern Navigators, the landowner or British Orienteering can be held liable for any accident or other incident arising while undertaking the event. Participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event - including clothing appropriate for the conditions, and if required, a means of summoning assistance (e.g. phone or whistle).

After forest orienteering, please check thoroughly for ticks and remove immediately if you find them. Lyme Disease is on the increase in the South East!

Covid-19: Before attending any orienteering activity, all orienteers (including officials, volunteers and coaches) should self-assess for symptoms of COVID-19. These are:

  • A high temperature.
  • A new, continuous cough.
  • A loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste.

If you, or anyone you live with, have one or more of these symptoms you should not attend any sporting activity, even if your symptoms are mild.

If you have been informed that you need to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace (or are required to self-isolate in relation to travel), you must do so. You should not leave your isolation location in order to participate in sport and physical activity.

Insurance: All participants are covered by the British Orienteering third-party liability insurance policy. (NB: This is not a personal injury policy).

Privacy: If you enter an event or activity for which we publish results your name will appear in the results section of this website. In addition we may seek to have the results published elsewhere, e.g by local newpapers. Read our data protection page to see how we look after your personal data.