Golf club responds to Covid restrictions

Lochgilphead Golf Club - pictured in summer.

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Lochgilphead Golf Club has announced new playing arrangements in response to the latest ‘lockdown’ announced by the Scottish Government.

With effect from midnight on Monday January 4, the maximum number of golfers permitted to play per tee time has been two, with this rule in place until at least January 31.

With Alex MacAulay leading Ross Sinclair by two points, the club has also taken the decision to postpone the gents’ winter league competition until at least the end of January due to the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.