Golf clubs and facilities: a five-point reopening plan

Please Note: All information correct at time of writing on 03 March 2021. While the dates in the guide relate to England, the steps included are relevant for all businesses getting ready to open in the UK. We do our very best to make sure our information is as up to date as possible, but we’d encourage you to check the relevant government website for updates as they happen.

On Monday 22 February, Boris Johnson announced his plans for the ‘gradual and phased’ lifting of lockdown restrictions in England. In the announcement, he confirmed golf courses will be among the outdoor sports permitted to reopen their doors from Monday 29 March.

Please note: while courses can reopen from 29 March, other club facilities such as bars and restaurants, will not be permitted to open until at least 17 May.

Golf club owners are probably starting to think about their next steps when it comes to welcoming people back to their courses. Our Health & Safety experts have gathered the top five points for you to start implementing now to make sure your business remains COVID-compliant and safe for staff and welcoming visitors back to your course.

From completing robust risk assessments with your employees to making sure your fire safety measures are still fit for purpose, it’s the ideal starting point before you reopen your doors. To download your FREE copy, simply fill your details in the form opposite.

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