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Latest SGL advice on restrictions 14th April 2021

Wednesday 14th April 2021

Click on tab for further details The revised full guide can be found in the Covid-19 hub
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Scottish Golf's latest information on easing of restrictions - 30th March 2021

Thursday 8th April 2021

From 2nd April advice to stay at home will change to stay local and from 5th April level 4 restrictions will apply. For further information click on the tab.
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Partially Exempt VAT Rules

Thursday 8th April 2021

Many golf clubs operate under partial exemption VAT rules because of their trading position. HMRC have acknowledged that Covid-19 restrictions over the last 12 months may well have had an adverse impact on clubs partial exemption position and accordingly have provided some additional flexibility that clubs may well wish to take advantage of for their VAT accounting.
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Scottish Government Timetable for easing of Restrictions

Wednesday 17th March 2021

Further information published by Scottish Government on easing of Restrictions - 2 documents included
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Scottish Golf Revised Guidance on Restrictions

Tuesday 16th March 2021

Following our latest COVID-19 update, we have worked with our partners at sportscotland and the Scottish Government to gain final approval on our updated guidance. We have now achieved sign-off on our updated guidance which is available here. Clubs should note that from Friday 12 March: • Golf courses with a designated COVID Officer can permit organised golf for members who live within the local authority area. Play can take place in four-balls with no restrictions on the number of households. • Golf courses without a designated COVID Officer, or where members are crossing a local authority boundary to play, can remain open for play with a maximum of four players from two households. • For groups over the age of 12, coaching should not exceed group sizes of 15. • For groups under the age of 12, coaching should not exceed group sizes of 30. Since our last update, we have received several queries relating to the new group numbers and limits. We wish to provide clubs with further clarity on this. The guidance to permit 4-ball play from 4 different households to members who live within the local authority area is in-line with new sport-specific guidance developed by sportscotland and the Scottish Government for organised sport. Cross-border travel from one local authority area to another for organised sport is not currently permitted. Within the latest guidance, golf continues to be considered a form of informal exercise, where participants are permitted to travel up to five miles from their local authority boundary to take part. However, where this is the case, household limits of 4 people from 2 households apply. Scottish Golf does not set the rules or parameters for these distinctions. However, we will continue to provide feedback on their practicalities for our member clubs. In comparison with most other sports across Scotland, we are in a unique and fortunate position to benefit from being identified as both organised sport and informal exercise at this time. We remind all clubs and golfers in Scotland that we remain in a privileged position, with courses across the country remaining open for play. Being able to benefit from playing golf should not be taken for granted, and we kindly ask that all clubs and golfers adhere to the latest guidance to ensure we can continue to make positive progress out of lockdown. Keep up to date on COVID-19 Updates here. Thank you for your continued co-operation and understanding.
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Scottish Golf & Club Managers Association

SGCMA

The SGCMA is the professional Association for managers of Scottish Golf and Sports Clubs. The objectives of the Association are to improve the management of clubs through education, peer networking and assistance and support of club officers. The Association was formed in 2016 by the members of two managers organisations coming together with these shared objectives and is supported by a partnership with Scottish Golf Ltd.

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Mission Statement:

The Scottish Golf and Club Managers Association is committed to providing the necessary support for all Club Managers throughout Scotland through first class education, and networking opportunities.

We will inspire our members to strive for more, and provide an education programme that is exactly what they want and offer a networking programme where like-minded individuals can share information and learn from one another.

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Telephone : 07796901398
Email : secretary@sgcma.co.uk

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