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Highland golf clubs prepare to tee off as lockdown measures set to be eased by Scottish Government


By Will Clark

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Golf courses in Inverness are set to swing back into action tomorrow as the Scottish Government is set to ease lockdown restrictions on the sport.

Castle Stuart Golf Club have confirmed they will be reopening on Friday.

Castle Stuart Golf Links have confirmed that they will reopen on Friday after two months with the Scottish Government set to lift lockdown restrictions.
Castle Stuart Golf Links have confirmed that they will reopen on Friday after two months with the Scottish Government set to lift lockdown restrictions.

The course, which hosted the Scottish Open, will be on a restricted basis with a five-day week and limited tee-times.

General manager Stuart McColm says they are open for bookings, subject to being given the green light.

“We are delighted to be returning to some form of play,” he said.

“Though we have to be clear that the safety of our staff and visitors is uppermost in our thoughts.

“We will be commencing on a slightly reduced scale as we navigate through the first few days and will alter our operations according to demand."

Read more in today's Highland News.


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