BMGA Doubles Matchplay Championship 2020 Player Information

Start time 09.30am 

The Entry fee of £10 per player is to be made via paypal to membership@minigolf.org.uk (please use friends & family option). To secure your place, the entry fee must be paid by Wednesday 12th August, this will allow time for tournament administration.

Although we have a full field entered, we know that there can be last minute hiccups, and although we anticipate  four groups of four etc….the format will be announced on Thursday 13th August.

In terms of health and safety, we plan to follow the same guidelines as for the Cemgc Open as agreed with the venue. (Barring any last minute change in circumstances)

Please note that Dunton Hills is a cash free venue. The clubhouse will be open for soft drinks and crisps/chocolates, only one person is allowed in at time, there is a hand sanitiser dispenser at the entrance for general use. Toilet facilities are open please respect the venue signage regarding use.

The wearing of facemasks is not obligatory in the clubhouse or on the course, however you are of course welcome to wear them should you wish to have added protection.

In other safety measures, the course have filled the cups with spray foam, so they will be somewhat shallower than normal, all flags will be removed prior to the event.

When on the course, players are reminded to follow strict social distancing guidelines for everyone’s safety and comfort. We request that players keep at least a putters length apart at all times.

The sharing of equipment should be kept to a minimum, please keep your belongings where you can easily identify them.

Each player will be provided with a scorecard and pen to score for one of their playing partners, be handy if you could bring a pen though just in case.

 

 

HOWEVER

If you are symptomatic or living in a household with someone else who has a possible or confirmed COVID-19 infection you should withdraw from the event.

If you have been asked to isolate by NHS Test and Trace because you are a contact of a known COVID-19 case, you can spread the virus to others even if you never get symptoms. You should withdraw from the event.

 

Should you develop any of the following symptoms, you must withdraw from the event.

A high temperature

A new, continuous cough

A loss of, or change to, their sense of smell or taste

 

Further Information will be released on Thursday 13th August

 

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