Whislt the Coronavirus stuation is much improved from the height of the pandemic, there are still cases of COVID-19 in England and there is a risk that anyone could catch or pass on the virus and all golfers should follow some simple steps to maintain the low risk of infection.
It is therefore important that you understand and consider the risks of catching or spreading COVID-19. Thankfully, while no situation is totally risk free, a round of golf in the open air is one of the safer activities and combined with a few simple and effective actions, members and vistors alike can protect themselves and others around them.
It is important that If you or any of your playing partners are FEELING UNWELL, suffering from a cold or any symptoms of Covid 19, you MUST NOT book a tee time but must stay away from the golf course / clubhouse.
Whilst at the club, you should still wash your hands with soap & water or use hand sanitiser regularly throughout the day, and maintain a reasonable social distance from those around you both on and off the course.
The law now states that face coverings are a legal requirement in shops and therefore if visiting the Professional's Shop for any reason, you MUST wear a face covering.
By following these simple guidelines which we can all easily adhere to, we can continue to safely enjoy our golf.