Update on golf course openings across Canada
*This article was last updated on May 4, 2020.
Our partners at the Provincial Golf Associations are working incredibly hard to understand the impact of COVID-19 on golf in each province.
They will continue to seek clarity from municipal and provincial government and health authorities to help our member clubs and golfers navigate through this crisis.
Below are summaries and links for each respective provincial golf association.
|British Columbia||Were not mandated to close||Click here|
|Alberta||Golf courses allowed to open May 2||Click here|
|Saskatchewan||Golf courses allowed to open May 15||Click here|
|Manitoba||Golf courses allowed to open May 4||Click here|
|Ontario||Courses can start non-essential work as part of opening preparations beginning May 4)||Click here|
|Quebec||Pro shops allowed to open on May 4||Click here|
|New Brunswick||Golf courses allowed to open on April 24||Click here|
|Nova Scotia||Driving ranges are allowed to open and courses can begin preparations to open||Click here|
|Prince Edward Island||Golf courses allowed to open May 1||Click here|
|Newfoundland & Labrador||Golf courses allowed to open May 11||Click here|
Click here for relevant information on our COVID-19 resource page.