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CGSA and fellow NAGA members: time to shut down all golf in Canada

It's time to listen to the authorities, NAGA suggests

March 26, 2020
By CTV News

The Canadian Golf Superintendents Association and other members of NAGA recommend all golf courses in Canada shut down play during the COVID-19 pandemic. AP Photo/The Daily News/Nathan Morgan

The National Allied Golf Associations (NAGA) – of which the Canadian Golf Superintendents Association is a member – wants its member clubs to listen to what authorities are saying amid the COVID-19 pandemic. NAGA has no authority to mandate golf course closures in Canada, but strongly suggests clubs forbid play during this time, even if individual courses may still legally open for play.