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Booking of Facilities in Tuen Mun Receation and Sports Centre

 
This booking procedure is applicable to the facilities in Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre, including golf driving range, practice green, sport climbing wall, rope course and archery range.
Methods of Booking
 
  Individual Booking
   
  Block Booking by Organisations
 
Points to Note for Booking:
 
1. Facilities in Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre will be closed on the issue of rainstorm red/ black warning or tropical cyclone signal No. 3, or due to inclement weather or any unforeseen circumstances, or at the discretion of the management when, in its opinion that the facilities are unsuitable for use from safety or operational point of view.
   
2. A standard application form (LCS 189) should be used for block booking. For booking of golf facilities, please also submit a completed Annex for Equipment
 
Conditions of Use of Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre
 
Golf Facilities
1. Overseas certificates should be verified by the relevant NSAs in Hong Kong.
   
2. Children under the age of 5 are not allowed to enter the golf driving range unless prior approval is obtained from the venue management.  Children between the age of 5 and 12 are not allowed to enter the golf driving range/practice green unless they are accompanied by an adult.
   
3. During group training, the instructor must be a member of the Hong Kong Professional Golfers' Association or equivalent.  The ratio of instructor to trainees should not exceed 1:6 unless permission is obtained from LCSD.
   
4. Practice green users must (a) possess a Practice Green User Card issued by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD); or (b) be a member of the Hong Kong Professional Golfers' Association or equivalent; or (c) hold an Official Handicap Card issued by the Hong Kong Golf Association or equivalent. Any person accompanied by a user in possession of the qualification as stated in (b) above is also allowed to hire the practice green facilities. The ratio of instructor to trainees should not exceed 1:6 unless with the permission of the Department.
 
Sport Climbing Facilities
1. Overseas certificates should be verified by the relevant NSAs in Hong Kong to be arranged by the hirers/users before using the facility.
   
2. All users of the climbing wall must inspect their equipment and safety of the gear prior to use.
   
3.

The hirers/users are advised to take every precautionary measure to ensure safety and that all equipment should comply with the safety standards of the NSA concerned.

   
4. Only one user is allowed to climb on each lane of the climbing wall at a time.  He/She should always be assisted by another user as belayer for safety sake.
   
5. For individual use, only person holding a recognised and valid sport climbing training level 2 certificate or above issued by the NSAs concerned, and accompanied by another person(s) with equivalent qualification or above may use the climbing walls.
   
6.

For group use of the climbing wall (a maximum of six users within the safety mat area are allowed for each lane for climbing wall at any one time).  Any user not holding a recognised and valid sport climbing training level 2 certificate or above issued by the NSAs concerned should be accompanied by at least two other persons, one of whom must hold a sport climbing training level 2 certificate and the other must hold a valid coach/instructor card.

   
7.

The capacity of group uses for holding fun days or demonstrations by a hirer, etc. can be relaxed by LCSD to 12 users per lane and up to a maximum of 48 users for four lanes subject to a maximum of six users for each lane to be permitted to stay within the safety mat area at any time of use.  The other users should stay outside the safety mat area for safety sake of the users.

   
8.

Users are not allowed to change the route settings without prior permission from the management.  Any change to the route settings must be carried out by qualified persons recommended/endorsed by NSAs.  Any altered route settings must be reinstated to its original state at the close of the booked session.

   
9. The hirers/users without possessing the valid recognized qualification of coach/ instructor are required to bring along with own equipment and gear.
 
Rope Course
1. Overseas certificates should be verified by the relevant National Sports Associations (NSAs) or recognized Sports Associations in Hong Kong.  Hirer/ Users must produce proof of relevant recognised qualification for verification by venue staff before use.
   
2. All users of the rope course must inspect their equipment and safety gear prior to use.
   
3. The hirer/users are advised to take every precaution to ensure safety and that all safety equipment and procedures comply with the standards of the NSA or recognized Sports Associations.
   
4. Hires should assure the presence of at least one instructor with relevant recognized qualification and one assistant instructor during the course of the activity. The ratio of instructor to trainees should not exceed 1:20 unless permission is obtained from the Department.
 
Archery range
1. Overseas certificates should be verified by the relevant NSAs in Hong Kong.
   
2. All users of the archery ranges must inspect their equipment and safety of the gear prior to use.
   
3. For individual bookings, at least one of the users holding a recognised and valid archery level I coach certificate or above issued by the relevant NSA may use the archery range.
   
4. For group use of the archery ranges (a maximum ratio of 1:20 between coach and users), any users not holding a recognised and valid archery level I coach certificate or above issued by the relevant NSA should be accompanied by at least one coach who must be the holder of a recognised and valid archery level I or above coach certificate.
   
5. Users are not allowed to change the route settings without prior permission from the management.  Any change to the route settings must be carried out by qualified persons recommended/endorsed by the relevant NSA.  Any altered route settings must be reinstated to its original state within the booked session.
   
6. Each archery target can be used by several persons.  The users should take turns to practise with the target.  The coach(es) should allocate the facilities according to the number of participants and to ensure safety when the participants are practising archery.
   
7. Coach(es) with recognised qualification(s) must be present during the course of the activity to give on-site instructions and ensure that all participants strictly adhere to the following safety guidelines:
(a) Participants should shoot within the designated shooting areas;
(b) Participants should not nock their arrows unless instruction is given by the coach;
(c) Participants should not shoot their arrows in any directions other than the target;
(d) Participants should ensure that no one is within the shooting range before shooting;
(e) Participants should not shoot without arrows; and
(f) Participants should not shoot for distance beyond 50m when using compound bow.
   
8. Persons other than the participants in the activity must stay outside the archery range.
   
9. Hirers should put used archery targets on the ground and flatten them when the practice has finished.
   

Apart from points above, all users of LCSD recreation and sports facilities shall observe the Conditions of Use of LCSD Recreation and Sports Facilities.

 



2003| Important notices Last revision date: 30 January, 2014