Thursday, July 15, 2021


Scottish Golf has issued a COVID-19 update in response to the COVID-19 statement made by the First Minister of Scotland on Tuesday 13 July.

The statement issued by Scottish Golf reads as follows:

"Following the latest COVID Update from the First Minister, Scottish Golf has been working with our partners at sportscotland and the Scottish Government to receive approval on our latest COVID-19 Guidance ahead of mainland Scotland moving to Protection Level 0 on Monday 19 July 2021."

"We have now updated our guidance and all clubs should note the key changes effective from Monday 19 July:"
  • "Outdoor bubbles (coaching & competition) up to 500 with no participant limit per day "Locker Rooms/Changing Facilities can re-open"
  • "Indoor Hospitality extended to groups of 10 people from 4 households"
  • "All golf course furniture may be returned for normal use, including the removal of flagsticks, standard hole cups and bunker rakes"
  • "Preferred lies in bunkers may remain in place at club’s discretion, recognising that not every golfer will wish to use a communal rake"
"Ahead of implementing these changes, we would recommend that clubs carry out a risk assessment that is specific to the situation at their club."

"While this latest update is a further step forward in the return to golf and its traditions as we know it, until such time as restrictions are lifted fully we would urge everyone to continue to risk assess for their specific environment and respect differing perspectives in relation to risk will still be evident across the wide range of golfers in Scotland."

"We know that today’s update will have a positive impact on all affiliated clubs and their members, and on behalf of everyone at Scottish Golf, we would like to thank you for your continued patience and strict adherence to the restrictions that have been in place."

"Keep up to date on the latest COVID-19 Updates from Scottish Golf here."

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