Golfers, club officials argue it's a respite from the current health crisis
April 9, 2020 By CityNews 1130
A Langley golf course has defended its decision to remain open for play amid the current COVID-19 pandemic. Golfers and club officials alike argue adhering to physical distancing and other precautions can contribute to needed exercise and a respite from the health crisis.
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