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COVID golf restrictions to loosen in Manitoba, starting this Saturday

Golf had been restricted to those from same household


June 10, 2021
By Welland Tribune

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Manitoba golfers are eagerly looking forward to Saturday when provincial COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, allowing them to play with others not tied to the same household. With pairings limited to golfers within the same household the past few weeks, golf courses have seen a downturn in their revenue streams. But news of the loosened restrictions have resulted in tee sheets filling up again.

To read more of the story from CBC News, click here.

The rules that had been in place prior to this Saturday required golfers to prove they lived together at the same address before they could tee off. At one Manitoba course with a membership of about 600, the rules allowed only between 120 and 165 golfers to play in a day.

To read more of the story from Canstar Community News, click here.

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1 Comment » for COVID golf restrictions to loosen in Manitoba, starting this Saturday
  1. Dennis Geisler says:

    I live alone on a farm in Manitoba and have a small 9 hole golf course. Do the new outdoor gathering rules starting Saturday allow up to 5 people to come to my farm to play golf, not entering my residence but no doubt my machinery shed for water and washrooms even though I live alone?

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