Several of golf's governing and professional bodies have issued separate guidance to clubs
Playing reduced numbers of holes, restricting group sizes, and increased tee time gaps to allow for easier social distancing are among measures clubs are being advised to plan for when golf resumes.
Separate guidance statements have been released: One from the R&A, one from England Golf, and a joint report from the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA), British Golf Industry Association (BGIA), British and International Golf Greenkeepers’ Association (BIGGA), Foremost, Golf Club Managers’ Association (GCMA), TGI Golf, and the UK Golf Federation.
The guidance covers everything ranging from bunker rakes to flagsticks, the number of holes we’re allowed to play, to clubhouses being reopened.
Read each piece here:
- Golf after lockdown: The R&A’s guidance
- Golf after lockdown: England Golf’s guidance
- Golf after lockdown: The PGA, BIGGA and GCMA’s guidance
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