Tier 4 rules: Can I play golf in Tier 4? The latest rules on exercise

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It has nearly been a week since the whole of Hertfordshire was locked into Tier 4 – the highest level in the newly revised coronavirus restrictions system.

Temperatures are dropping but Covid-19 cases are rising due to the rapid spread of the new variant.

With the latest tier review, Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Oxfordshire and most of Hampshire to be escalated to Tier 4, Cheshire and Northamptonshire escalated to Tier 3, and Cornwall and Herefordshire escalated to Tier 2.

Here are the latest exercise rules in Tier 4:

  • People can exercise outdoors or visit public outdoor places, such as parks, public gardens or outdoor sports facilities. They can continue to do unlimited exercise alone, or in a public outdoor place with their household, support bubble, or one other person.
  • Outdoor sports facilities are allowed to open and can be used by individual households, bubbles or two people from different households. This applies to outdoor sports courts, outdoor gyms, golf courses, outdoor swimming pools, archery/driving/shooting ranges, riding centres and playgrounds.
  • Organised outdoor sport for under-18s (including those who were under 18 on 31 August 2020) and disabled people is allowed.
  • Indoor sport is allowed for under-18s for educational purposes or to facilitate childcare that enables parents or carers to work, seek work or take part in education.
  • Adult sport can’t take place indoors under any circumstances, with gyms and swimming pools having to close.
  • There are no exceptions for disabled people taking part in sport or physical activity indoors.

The government has outlined the rules and regulations around sports and physical activities:

Indoor gyms and sports facilities will close.

Outdoor sports courts, outdoor gyms, golf courses, outdoor swimming pools, archery/driving/shooting ranges, riding centres and playgrounds can remain open for individual exercise, and for people to use with others within your household, support bubble, or with one person from another household.

Organised outdoor sport for under 18s and disabled people will be allowed.


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