UPDATE ON TEE-TIME BOOKING FOR NEXT WEEK (1ST – 4TH JUNE)
In response to requests from Members, the Management Committee has reviewed its decision on booking tee times for next week. While we don’t have a Ladies and Men’s Day at the Club, it has become customary over the years that a Ladies competition would take place on the Tuesday following a Bank Holiday weekend.
Though custom and practice has changed from what we know as a result of Covid-19, the Management Committee, while trying to be fair to all our Members, has amended the timesheets for next week, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th June) as follows:
Monday (1st June) 18 holes:
Timesheet from 7.30am to 8.00pm.
Open to Men and Ladies.
Tuesday (2nd June) 18 holes.
Timesheet reserved for Ladies from 7.30am to 4.00pm.
Men may book slots after 4.00pm.
Wednesday (3rd June) 18 holes:
Timesheet reserved for Men from 7.30am to 4.00pm.
Ladies may book slots after 4.00pm.
Thursday, (4th June) Two nine-hole starts.
1st Tee (8.30am to 8.00pm)
10th Tee (8.30am to 8.00pm)
Timesheets will open this evening (Friday, 29th May) at 7.00pm for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
(1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th June).
MEMBERS CAN BOOK ONY SLOT WHEN THE TIMESHEETS OPEN.
A BOOKING FOR NINE HOLES WILL COUNT AS ONE SLOT.
AFTER 24 HOURS OF THE TIMESHEETS OPENING A MEMBER CAN THEN BOOK ONE MORE ADDITIONAL SLOT, IF AVAILABLE.
The Management Committee will take the necessary action having being made aware that some Members are breaking the rules by going online before the deadline for a second slot, “freezing” a time and then entering their names after the 7.00pm deadline.
JUNIOR MEMBERS may book a slot during their permitted times for use of the course as detailed in the Club Diary (Page 24), and must be accompanied by an adult Member.
PROBATIONARY JUNIOR MEMBERS may play after the timesheets close at 8.00pm each day and must be accompanied by an adult Member. As there are no timesheets in operation after 8.00pm an adult Member playing with a Probationary Junior Member must ,during the intended day of play, either email the General Manager (email@example.com ) or telephone (01- 8331892) to comply with the rule of contact tracing.
In relation to the cocooning population who live within 5Km of the Club, Mr. Simon Harris TD, Minister for Health stated last Monday (25th May) that over 70’s can play golf provided that they observe overarching public health guidelines (social distancing). Thus, people who are cocooning are not prohibited from playing golf.
Members are reminded that you cannot travel more than 5km (approx. 3 miles) from home to Club
29th May 2020