LGCC Driving Range, Pro Shop to re-open Saturday
Another piece of the phased Lloydminster Golf and Curling club re-opening is coming into place May 23rd.
The city has given the green-light to resume play on the driving range and open the Pro Shop, with some COVID-19 physical distancing and health guideline restrictions still in place. The main course was previously re-opened on May 15th.
The driving range will be limiting the number of players to eight at a time, sanitizing driving range balls after every use and removing all unnecessary touchpoints.
When it comes to The Pro Shop, it will be open 7 AM to 10 PM allowing four patrons inside at one time. Indoor and outdoor seating areas for eating are still closed.
Walk on golf is still not allowed, and players need to call the Pro Shop or go online to book a tee time.