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Alberta implements new rules for how golf can be played under COVID restrictions

Golfers can play with those in same household

May 7, 2021  By Calgary Sun


New government-implemented rules allow for golfers in Alberta to play only with others from the same household. Those living alone can play with two other close contacts. Turf & Rec photo

As the number of active COVID-19 cases in Alberta continues to put pressure on the province’s health care system, the government has imposed a number of new restrictions – and golf is one of those feeling the impact. Golfers playing both public and private courses can now play only with members of the same household. If they live alone, they are entitled to play with two other close contacts. The new regulations take effect on Monday.

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