Coronavirus Covid-19 and golf in Scotland
As of the 17th July there has been a relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions in relation to golf and tourism in Scotland with travel, accommodation, restaurants and pubs now opening up across the country. You can now golf as a fourball and caddies are being allowed to work here at St Andrews with a few tweaks recoginising suitable distancing, handling of golf clubs and ball.
Scotland has been having daily single figure recording of Covid-19 cases. The Scottish Government reported on 26th July there were 4 new Covid-19 cases, 2 people in Intensive Care and 267 in hospital. There has been one death from Covid-19 in last 20 days. Scotland is being very cautious and we do hope to continue the good work being made.
Caddie Golf Tours have rescheduled the majority of our clients 2020 golf tours to suitable dates in 2021, we thank them for their support and the hotels, golf courses and transfer companies that have graciously assisted with moving their Scotland golf tours to next year 2021.
We look forward to welcoming you to golf in Scotland and we will bring you offers for golf in Autumn 2020 and next year 2021 when we expect travel to be back to normal. In the meantime we wish you all stay safe, take no risks and look after your families.
Yours sincerely, John Boyne.
Caddie Golf Tours have assisted hundreds of golfers from across the world to golf in Scotland on our historic links courses including the Old Course St Andrews, Royal Troon, Turnberry, Royal Dornoch, Carnoustie, Kingsbarns Golf Links, Castle Stuart and so many more especially those golf courses tucked away on the edges of Scotland that offer golf for real golfers!
Based in the historic Kingsbarns village, 6 miles south of St Andrews, Caddie Golf Tours have built an extensive knowledge of golf in Scotland which we use when planning your golf tour in our wonderful country. We look forward to working with you in the very near future.
Our kindest regards, John Boyne.