Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs

3 and 4 balls allowed from MONDAY 1st June

PLEASE CLICK HERE for England Golf's Announcement and see copy below. 

HINTS HERE to prepare your golf course and Clubhouse surrounds including CONGU rule changes for qualifying competitions HERE. Depending on which local rules are being adopted, you will need to clearly display where golfers can see prior to play and also prominently on your website. 

We hope we can provide more information early w/c Monday 1st June. Please return to this website daily from then  


England Golf is today pleased to confirm that threeball and fourball play can re-commence from Monday 1 June 2020

It remains our recommendation for a minimum 10-minute interval between tee times.

Clubs may choose to run competitions provided social distancing and safety regulations can be strictly observed at all times.

UK Government's new guidelines on staff furlough HERE


Should you wish to play foursomes golf the following is recommended:

Each partner should use their own golf ball, which is only handled by that player. For example the player teeing off from hole 1 is the only one that touches the ball from teeing off through to completion of the hole. The partner teeing off from hole 2 does likewise with their ball. Under the Rules of Golf a partner is permitted to drop the side’s ball in taking relief. It is also permissible to drop another ball when taking relief.

When marking and replacing the ball on the putting green this should be conducted by the partner the ball belongs to. Under this situation (or any other where the ball must be replaced) the original ball must be used and must not be substituted by another ball.    






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