The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Golf has published its roadmap and timelines for the safe return to golf in England, as detailed below.
Golf resorts, golf clubs, and hotels with golf courses, as well as the millions of golfers across England can now plan a return to the sport they love.
- Monday 29th March
Golf can reopen within the following guidelines.
Fourball golf can restart.
Tournament and Competition Golf under strict COVID-19 controls and where overnight accommodation is not required for staff or players.
Club/regional/county tournaments/competitions permitted.
Changing rooms are not permitted to open, although use of indoor toilets is permitted.
Hospitality and catering facilities, professional and retail shops must remain closed.
Outdoor driving ranges can reopen.
Outdoor coaching is permitted on a 1-to-1 basis – Group coaching is permitted to the ‘Rule of 6’
Outdoor fitting is permitted on a 1-to-1 basis or to the ‘Rule of 6’.
- Monday 12th April
Professional and retail shops may reopen.
Outdoor hospitality and catering facilities may reopen, subject to the ‘Rule of 6’.
Driving ranges may open.
Indoor coaching can restart on a one to one basis.
Indoor swing studios may open for one person.
Indoor equipment fitting is permitted on a one to one basis.
Changing rooms are permitted to reopen.
- Monday 17th May
Indoor hospitality and catering facilities may reopen, subject to the ‘Rule of 6’.
Outdoor hospitality and catering facilities may open, subject to a maximum of 30 people.
Group coaching is permitted to a maximum group size of 30.
Indoor group coaching is permitted to the ‘Rule of 6’.
Indoor swing studios may open for organised group activity.
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