Under the latest guidelines issued by Scottish Golf today, Wednesday 10th March 2021, following the First Minister's statement earlier this week, fourballs will be allowed again at golf courses across Scotland from Friday 12th March with certain conditions.
Members who live within the local authority area where the club is located will be permitted to play in fourballs with no restriction on the number of households involved, if the club have a designated COVID officer.
Clubs with no COVID officer will be subject to the household limits of four people from two households.
Where members are required to travel 5 miles beyond the boundary of a local authority area to play at their club, the informal exercise rules of a maximum of four from two households will apply.
The full statement issued today by Scottish Golf is reproduced below.:-
Following the First Minister’s latest update on COVID-19 restrictions, Scottish Golf welcomes the news that we are continuing to progress through the road map out of lockdown.