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Golf Ireland welcomes the Government’s decision today that golf courses can reopen from Tuesday next 1st December. This decision means that golf can resume subject to strict health protection protocols.
Golf Ireland CEO Mark Kennelly said: “The golf community is pleased that courses can reopen from Tuesday next. Golfers welcome the opportunity to resume play on a responsible and safe basis, as they did during the May to October period.
“The governing bodies are issuing renewed guidance to our member clubs today and we strongly urge all golfers to continue to fully adhere to these protocols which are aimed at keeping golf and the wider community safe while the Covid-19 pandemic remains such a serious threat. We also ask golfers to fully comply with the wider public health restrictions, particularly the travel restrictions that will remain in place until 18th December.
“Earlier this year, Irish golf demonstrated how our sport could be enjoyed by women and men of all ages in a safe and secure environment. As golf resumes, we hope that golfers enjoy their play but continue to be vigilant in adhering to the safety protocols”.
Following the Irish Government’s announcement in relation to Level 3 restrictions due to COVID-19, golf clubs and golfers must adhere to the following:
In addition, golf clubs and golfers are asked to ensure the following:
GOLF IRELAND'S LIVING WITH COVID GUIDEANCE DOCUMENT: GI_LivingWithCovid2.pdf