- Golf course opening times– from Friday, 29 May, 8am – 8pm. No play out with these times
- Tee times are restricted to a minimum of 10 minute intervals.
- Bookings to be made online only and further communication will be issued to Members
- The Clubhouse will remain closed.
- Please do not visit the golf course without a confirmed tee time.
- 7 day booking window
- Do not visit the golf course if you are demonstrating any symptoms of COVID-19
- Please follow all Government guidelines here
ARRIVING AT THE COURSE
- Arrive at the course ready to play golf and put your shoes on in the car park
- Arrive for your tee time no earlier than 15 minutes prior to your booked tee time
- Please park in the car park with consideration for social distancing
- There will be no food or drink available to purchase
- There will be no toilet facilities
- Proceed to the 1st tee with your playing partner no earlier than 5 minutes before your Tee time.
- You may be asked to show your membership tag please keep that with you at all times.
- Scorecards will not be provided initially while casual golf is being played.
ON THE COURSE
To reduce the potential for cross contamination, on the course, litter bins, bunker rakes benches and ball washers have all been removed from use. Additional to these changes the following advice should be followed.
Do not shake hands on completion of your round.
Do not touch or remove the flagstick at any time
After your round please do not congregate in the car park and leave immediately after your game.
Enjoy Your Game!
In its latest measures to contain the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the UK Government has announced that everyone must now stay at home except in exceptional circumstances.
The new measures announced state that you may only leave home:
- to go to work (if you are a key worker)
- to infrequently shop for groceries, medicine and other essentials
- to exercise outside once a day
- to provide care or help a vulnerable person
- for any medical need
While golf is an outdoor sport that allows players to exercise in the fresh air, the message to all of us is clear, we must stay home and play our part in containing the spread of COVID-19.
With this in mind, Scottish Golf asks that all golfers in Scotland refrain from golfing until further notice.
We understand that this advice will have a significant impact on golf clubs across the country and we will continue to consult with industry partners to provide clubs with all information and support possible during this time of deep uncertainty.
We know that these decisions are difficult ones to make, but right now, it is our shared responsibility to prioritise the health of our local communities by working together to follow the Government guidelines. In doing so, this will ensure that we get the opportunity to play the game that we all love as soon as it is safe to do so.
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