Science Advisory Table says golf could reopen safely, even if lockdown extended
Courses losing average of $9,000 a day: Golf Ontario
Even if the Ontario government decides to further extend its stay-at-home order into June, golf courses could safely reopen, says the COVID-19 Science Advisory Table. Calls to the province for golf courses to reopen are growing. Meanwhile, shuttered golf courses in Ontario are losing an average of $9,000 a day from lost tee times and the need to continue to maintain courses without a revenue stream, says Golf Ontario executive director Mike Kelly.
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