Covid Protical 2021



Subject to the prevailing guidelines, the following safety policies and procedures have been implemented to best protect the health of those participating this season. Please follow guidelines published by Health Canada and Ontario Public Health.


If you choose to play this year, you do so at your own risk and will not hold the Grey Bruce Junior Golf Tour or the Host Course responsible for any damage. By registering and playing on the Grey Bruce Junior Golf Tour you acknowledge you have agreed to all policies and procedures as outlined on this page.



  • If you answer “YES” to any of these questions, please stay at home.
  • If you are sick, have any flu-like symptoms or at risk with a compromised immune system.
  • Have been tested positive for Covid-19 and not yet been fully cleared.
  • You have been in contact with someone affected with Covid-19 within the last 14 days.
  • You have been traveling from outside the country and returned to Canada within the last 14 days.



  • All players are required to bring and use their own PPE (mask, sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, etc.)
  • Players are required to wear a mask at registration and in any instance that social distancing is not possible.
  • Bring your own water.
  • Wash or sanitize your hands frequently.
  • Avoid touching your face (mouth, nose and eyes).



  • Please arrive at the course no more than 20 minutes before your tee time unless permitted by the host course.
  • Upon arrival, please notify the coordinator that you are present.
  • Scorecards may be available but everyone must bring their own marker or pencil.
  • The clubhouse may be closed with the exception of washroom use based on the host facility protocols.




  • Do not gather at the clubhouse or any other common area.
  • Players must leave the host course after completion of play.
  • Physical distancing must be maintained at all times. Players and their equipment must maintain a minimum distance of 6 feet (2 metres) distance between themselves and other players. This includes registration area, putting green, driving range and through the completion of the round.
  • Instead of a traditional handshake we recommend a friendly nod, a tip of the cap or a simple wave as a form of greeting or sportsmanship.



  • Rakes have been removed from all bunkers on the golf course.
  • Players must play from the bunker but can lift, smooth the surface and place the ball. Players are them asked to smooth their footprints with their foot of club when exiting the bunker.



  • Players must not touch or remove the flagstick at any time.

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