St Davids City Golf Club, Pembrokeshire

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As you know Golf Courses in Wales are now open, but only for  members , guests and vistors prepared to follow the Protocol below. Some of you may decide not to take up this option, but if you do you must realise that it is a major responsibility for golf clubs and golfers to ensure that our sport is conducted safely and responsibly. Full adherence to the provisions of the Protocol below is essential. It should be noted that the Government continues to monitor the situation closely and retains the right to reintroduce restrictions which could see golf clubs closed once again if the Protocol is not followed.

 

Please note that the Clubhouse will remain closed, with the changing rooms open 8am to 3pm. Please leave these spotless and take all rubbish home

 

Essential Protocols that must be followed

If you have any symptoms of Covid: high temperature, persistent cough, sore throat,loss of taste or smell do not enter our Club

 

 

Physical distancing guidelines must be adhered to before, during, and after the round.

 

 

Do not approach your chosen starting tee until any other Golfers are completely clear

 

 

Visitors and Guests are allowed but must try to pay the day before playing

 

 

Do not approach your chosen starting tee until any other Golfers are completely clear.

 

 

MAINTAIN at least 2 M distancing from any person not in your household

 

 

This is a time of friendly unofficial Golf,see local rules on bunkers (does not apply to "Handicap" rounds)

 

The changing rooms will be open with doors wedged open as access to the toilets only. Please try NOT to use these, but if you have to it is “one in one out”, wash your hands thoroughly as you enter and leave. Please clean up thoroughly.

 

 

 

I am sure that this will be a very welcome back to Golf for many, please respect the Club, the Protocols above and behave at all times so as to preserve the Safety of yourselves and others. Please take your rubbish home!!!

Remember that many of our members are in the “higher risk” age group.