Some key points to remember when using Altrincham Golf Course during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Trafford Leisure’s Altrincham Golf Course is a wonderful green space directly in the heart of the town centre; it’s a very special place, with over a 100 acres of land.
Paul Murray from Altrincham Golf Course and Driving Range said:
“During these unprecedented times we welcome the local community to use the golf course for their daily exercise; be that walking the dog, taking a stroll or having a run, and Altrincham Golf Course is attracting a large number of people.
“It’s fantastic to see so many families enjoying the beautiful scenery, whilst adhering to government guidelines on social distancing.
“We ask you to help us look after this superb green space for the longer term and would like to remind everyone to respect the golf course and the staff who are carrying out essential work.
“We want to avoid damage, both unintentional and intentional, to vital areas of the golf course. It’s important the course is kept in good condition, ready for when we reopen for business, so we can make sure Altrincham still has a beautiful golf course for the public to enjoy.”
A couple of helpful guidance points to remember when enjoying Altrincham Golf Course:
- Greens – please stay off these
- Bunkers – do not remove or kick the sand out
- Water – please be careful around water hazards
- Pushchairs – please keep to around the edges of the golf course
- Playing Golf – NO GOLF TO BE PLAYED!
Paul went on to say: “Please do take photos and share on social media how stunning our golf course is. We have nearly 50 bird boxes on the course – can you find them all?
“Please stay safe, respect this space, and each other.”