The eighth hole at Royston Golf Club.
A new season of golf is set to return at Royston Golf Club in April.
The easing of Covid-19 restrictions start on March 29, just in time for the new golfing season.
The golf course will be open to all members from March 29 and it is expected to be a very busy Easter holiday for the club.
There will not be any formal competitions for the first couple of weeks, but the club will re-open the Pro Shop and begin inviting visitors to play the course from April 12.
Royston Golf Club would like to therefore make the general public who use the heath for recreation to remember the golf course is going to be back in action.
The club asks the general public to be considerate to where they are walking both from a golfing and nature perspective.
The club has also again met the standards by England Golf to achieve the SafeGolf Accreditation and share the mission of the SafeGolf partnership to, safeguard the welfare of children and young people, as well as adults at risk.
To support this work, Royston Golf Club is now looking to lunch a new academy membership.
This is aimed at people looking to take up golf as a new hobby and provide an introduction to golf. The academy membership should start in May.
Although the whole country has been shut down, Royston Golf Club has been busy over this time.
Resident professional Luke Bailey has become an accredited PGA professional, and the women’s section have been working throughout the last year with the Women in Golf Charter.
Royston Golf Club is now one of two clubs within Cambs & Hunts Women’s Golf country clubs to achieve this status.
Royston Golf Club is located in Royston, Hertfordshire.
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