We are now CLOSED due to the National Lockdown
The following information is irrelevant until we can re-open! (We just didn’t want to delete it and re-write it again!!!)
What to expect:
- Greenkeepers have right of way at all times – the course is likely to busy and we have a limited team, please be patient kostenlos musik herunterladen laptop.
- The government has confirmed you may play as a 2 ball providing you maintain a safe 2m distance throughout your round.
- Members guests can be booked online – please pay in advance via phone.
- Buggies can be booked for people with mobility problems and 1 person only per buggy herunterladen. They must be booked and paid in advance via phone
- FootGolf , Pitch n Putt and Driving Range is now open! Please book in advance.
- Masks must be worn in the clubhouse
- The coffee cup is open for takeaways only
- You can pre-order online either by phoning and pre-paying or online using the following link: www.colmworth.lovemylocal.com
- Entrance for the clubhouse is for use of the toilets or takeaway service only herunterladen.
- Downstairs toilet facilities will be open, but we request you use the hand sanitiser provided before entering the building. The disabled toilet is reserved for ladies and disabled use only.
- Please arrive on time, if you are very early, we ask that you wait in your car until your allocated tee time minecraft kostenlosen pocket edition. Please do not congregate in groups near the clubhouse or first tee.
- Check in using the bell outside of the white doors (remembering to sanitise your hands!)
- Please stick to your tee time even if the 1st tee appears to be clear!
- please remain 2 metres apart at all times
- collect all used tee pegs
- do not collect stray balls
- as there will be no rakes in the bunkers, please make your best effort to smooth the sand using your club or feet after your shot
- please do not touch the flag and give yourself shots less than 12 inches from the hole
- ball washers and shoe cleaners will be out of service
- if you see anyone breaking any of these rules please call the clubhouse and report them immediately 01234 378181
- please do not congregate on the green or near the clubhouse.
- You are welcome to enjoy pre-ordered refreshments from The Coffee Cup as a takeaway
Updated Guidelines from England Golf 19th December 2020
Golf to remain open as UK Government confirms Tier 4 restrictions for parts of England
Statement from the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Golf:
The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Golf is happy to confirm that golf courses will be able to remain open when the new Tier 4 restrictions become effective in parts of England from 06:00 GMT on Sunday 20th December.
In Tier 4 areas, golf courses can remain open for individuals playing with members of their own household or support bubble, or with one person from another household.
As usual, social distancing is to be observed and all necessary steps are to be taken to ensure a COVID-19 secure environment.
Under Tier 4 restrictions, non-essential retail – including Pro Shops and golf retailers – must close. Click and Collect will, however, be permitted.
Outdoor coaching will be allowed on an individual basis or for multiple members of the same household or support bubble. Indoor coaching will be not be permitted.
There are exceptions for indoor disability sport, sport for educational purposes, and supervised sport and physical activity for under-18s, which can take place with larger groups mixing.
Custom fitting can take place outside on a one-to-one basis but is not permitted indoors.
Some golf ranges can be classified as indoor settings, but it would be for each facility to read and interpret the guidelines against their own venue – it is suggested that if confirmation is required they contact their local authority who will be best placed to advise.
Unless it’s essential for work or other reasons, Tier 4 areas must not be left by occupants or entered by anybody from a Tier 1, 2 or 3 area. Full details of Tier 4 guidance can be found on the Government’s website:
The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Golf (APPGG) consists of MPs and Peers from any political party working with industry bodies to provide direction for golf during the COVID-19 crisis. The group is chaired by Craig Tracey (MP for North Warwickshire), with the industry represented by the following organisations: American Golf; The Belfry; the British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association; the British Golf Industry Association; England Golf; the Golf Club Managers’ Association; Golf Ireland; the Golfing Union of Ireland; the Irish Ladies’ Golf Union; IMG; The Professional Golfers’ Association; PING; The R&A; Scottish Golf; Syngenta; the UK Golf Federation; Wales Golf