COVID-19 Update Friday 10th July
As from Monday 13th July we will be able to play 3-4 ball from 3 -4 households. Also groups of 30 will be allowed so we will probably go back to having a draw. This is up to the match organisers as we do not have Captains.
Members must continue putting their names on the tee time booking sheets because of Track and Trace.
Visitors will be allowed but must follow the guidelines set out by the Wales Golf.
1) All visitors must put their names on the tee time booking sheets which is marked off in 10min. intervals and found on the notice board (you may have to wait for the next available time) because of Track and Trace and fill in names on the envelopes found on the notice board. Put green fees in the envelope and post in the letter box by the main door, starting on the 1st tee only.
Green fees for visitors.
£15 for 18 holes.
£10 for 9 holes
£10 for 9 or 18 holes playing with a member.
Members and visitors must still respect the guidelines by avoiding touch of the flag sticks, flag sticks have a lifting device for removing the ball without touching anything.There are no rakes for the bunkers. Avoid touch at all times.
These changes do not mean the virus has gone away so please respect the guildelines at all times.
We are planning to open the bar Sunday 19th outside only with social distancing.
Members including the Green keeper are perfectly entitled to remind anyone who does not respect the guildelines.
Some more good news: As from Monday 9.00am a member can take a green fee out. There will be envelopes by the notice board for the guest to put £10 in and post in the letterbox by the main door. The member is responsible for the booking on the tee time booking sheets and collecting the money before start of play. The £10 covers you for 18 holes, after completing 9 holes check the tee time booking sheets and put your names down for the first available slot.
As from Wednesday 3rd June we will be able to play a 3/4 ball.(Members only) All names must be entered on the tee time booking sheet, play must start on the 1st tee only and played over 9 holes.
Three players from one household
Two players from one household with one from another household.
Four players from one household
Two players from one household with two from another household.
One player from one household and three from another household.
Physical distancing guidelines and industry guidelines must be adhered to before, during,and after the round.
Hello All Members
As from Monday June 1st at 9.00am we will be able to play a 2 ball with a member from a different household (members only)
We will also introduce 3 and 4 ball tee off times in the near future and Green Fees.
All other restrictions will remain in place until further notice from the Welsh Golfing Union.