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We are all, looking forward to the return of golf, it seems like such a long time since we were on our fairways. Our course is looking fantastic and while we all want to get on the time sheet and start playing again, we do need to do so with caution.
The GUI and ILGU in conjunction with the Government have agreed on a set of protocols to be put in place for Golf Clubs to re-open in the first phase of easing of the Covid 19 restrictions.
There are very clear guidelines and a roadmap to be followed, it is in your interest to read these and become familiar with them by means of protecting yourself and others from this harmful virus.
See the links below.
1) Protocol for the re-introduction of golf in the Republic of Ireland
2) Frequently asked questions
As Skerries Golf Club must sign to commit to the conditions of Golf Re-opening we ask all members to abide by the GUI, ILGU and Government recommendations along with our own conditions below.
Time Sheets will open Tomorrow Thursday May 14th @ 4 pm.
Time Sheets Booking
All these conditions will be kept under constant review and may be changed as deemed necessary.
Committee of Management
The Spring Update contains a quiz on page 5, which will test your knowledge of the course. Entry is free and we will present a small prize on the first Saturday of Open Week so please have your entries in by Friday 28th June at the latest. You can download the entry sheet here.
One entry per person only please – place it in the box provided in the bar.
Skerries resident and Birdwatch Ireland member, Frank Prendergast, walked the course on Tuesday morning and identified (by song and/or sight) the list of birds in the accompanying pdf.
There are small photos of each species, downloaded from Birdwatch Ireland’s website and the file includes links to their detailed information on each bird.
Later in June Frank will walk the course at evening time and hopes to identify some of the shyer birds by hearing the call of their newly hatched.
We are hoping to repeat the exercise later in the year and into winter to build up a fuller database of species, whose song and flight we can enjoy and appreciate as we play golf and develop our golf course.