From : Golf Ireland To: Club Communication Officers FAO: All members Note: This relates to golf in the Republic of Ireland only, other clubs copied for information purposes. We note with regret that the Irish Government have reinstated the original Level 5 restrictions, which confirms the closure of golf courses along with all other sporting […]

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FAO: ALL MEMBERS   Note: This update applies to golf club in the Republic of Ireland, other clubs included for information purposes.   Update to guidance for Golf Clubs in the Republic of Ireland during Level 5 Sport Ireland have today (24th December) issued a further update to the current Level 5 measures, which will remain […]

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STATEMENT FROM GOLF IRELAND Golf facilities in Republic of Ireland permitted to remain open during new Level 5 measures 22nd December 2020 Following continued discussions with government authorities and Sport Ireland, Golf Ireland welcomes the fact that golf courses and facilities will be permitted to remain open as the Republic of Ireland moves again to […]

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STATEMENT FROM GOLF IRELAND IN RELATION TO GOLF UNDER LEVEL 3 27th NOVEMBER 2020 NOTE: This applies only to clubs in the Republic of Ireland. All other clubs are copied for information. Golf Ireland welcomes the Government’s decision today that golf courses can reopen from Tuesday next 1st December. This decision means that golf can resume subject to […]

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FAO: Members of Affiliated Golf Clubs Re: World Handicap System On November 2nd, the World Handicap System (WHS) will come into effect in Ireland alongside the other Home Unions of England, Scotland and Wales. While the previous CONGU Handicapping System was an incremental one, the WHS is an averaging system based using the best 8 of […]

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STATEMENT FROM THE IRISH LADIES GOLF UNION AND GOLFING UNION OF IRELAND IN RELATION TO GOLF IN THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND UNDER LEVEL 3 6th OCTOBER 2020 Please find below, guidance which applies to golf club activities in clubs situated in counties assessed at Level 3 in the Irish Government’s ‘Living with COVID’ plan. At a […]

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