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WHITEWEBBS GOLF COURSE SET TO REOPEN
Whitewebbs Golf Course will reopen on 30 May with safeguards in place to ensure the safety of player and staff at the venue. Whilst the course has been closed, the green staff have done a fantastic job in maintaining the Golf Course to an extremely high standard and both the greens and the fairways are in excellent condition.
The course has also created new tee positions for holes 14 and 18, to create a new and exciting dimension to the back nine.
To ensure Government safety advice is followed and to minimise the risk of spreading coronavirus the following measures will be put in place for the foreseeable future.
Strictly one person only will be admitted into the Pro-Shop at any one time.
Golf will only be allowed to be played in 2-balls
Control measures will be introduced within the Car Park
The gap between tee-times will be extended to 12 minutes to promote social distancing
Hire equipment such as Trolleys, Clubs or Buggies will not be available until further notice
Bunker rakes and ball cleaners will not be available until further notice
Players will not be permitted to touch the flagstick during their rounds
Players will have to use their own golfing equipment
Toilet facilities will not be available
Score cards will not be made available
Green fees must be made by credit or debit card
Players can book a round at www.whitewebbsgolf.co.uk or by ringing the shop on 0208 363 4454. All golfers will be expected to strictly adhere to social distancing measures while playing and will be expected to leave the site as soon as they have finished their game.
Golfers can purchase season tickets and golf card memberships from 30 May, available from the day of re-opening.
**LATEST UPDATE FROM ENFIELD COUNCIL**
Easing restrictions in parks and open spaces in Enfield
The government’s announcement about the easing of lockdown restrictions comes into effect today (13 May 2020).
Enfield Council acknowledges that some of the new guidance can be confusing and strongly advises residents to stay at home if at all possible despite the restrictions being eased.
There are now a limited number of things you can do that you couldn’t do before.
These include meeting one other person from a different household outdoors, exercising as often as you wish and using some outdoor sports courts or facilities with members of your household or one other person while staying at least two metres apart.
Enfield Council is taking the following action in its parks and open spaces in response to the new guidelines from the government:
• Car parks in parks and open spaces are being reopened
• Tennis courts are being reintroduced for play
• Angling is being reintroduced at Grovelands Park, Trent Park and Forty Hall Park
• Park benches will be made available for use in accordance with social distancing rules
• Golf courses will be reorganised and opened in the near future, subject to safety measures being introduced. Further details and timings will be announced shortly
However, your health and wellbeing are Enfield Council’s number one priority and you should continue to observe social distancing guidelines when you are outside your home, including ensuring you are two metres away from anyone outside your household. As a result, the following measures will remain in place:
• Social distancing banners will be retained and additional signage will be installed in car parks, in parks and tennis courts.
• Playgrounds, public toilets, outdoor gyms, multi-use gym areas, basketball and netball courts remain out of use
We urge everyone to continue to respect the social distancing guidelines that remain in place. We will not hesitate to revise arrangements if people are failing to observe these restrictions and putting the health and wellbeing of others at risk.
If you are showing coronavirus symptoms, or if you or any of your household are self-isolating, you should stay at home – this is critical to staying safe and saving lives.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE – PLEASE READ
To all our loyal customers, golfers and friends of Whitewebbs Golf Course.
Whilst the Government announcement on Sunday stated that sporting activity including Golf could resume as of Wednesday 13th May, our Golf Course REMAINS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. As I am sure you will understand, our priority is keeping our visitors, golfers and members of staff safe in these troubling times. Until we can re-open the facility knowing that you can enjoy the Golf Course safely, we would ask that you do not play at Whitewebbs. The police and parks enforcement have been notified of this and will be making regular patrols. Please keep a look out here for updates and stay safe.