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The Pine Lodge golf course reopens under certain conditions
Article published on 26 May 2020
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As announced by the Québec Government, solo sports would be allowed to resume during this COVID-19 Pademic, notably Tennis and Golf. As of Wednesday, the Pine Lodge Golf Course located in the municipality of Bristol reopened for golfers. According to the Golf and Camping grounds manager at Pine Lodge Adam Thompson, the business has established measure to following when booking a tee time and on the course.

Since the reopening of the course on Wednesday, Pine Lodge has already seen many people booking tee times. Although, as explained by Thompson, with the likelihood that many cottager in Bristol will remain in the region for the summer of 2020, the managers of Pine Lodge is uncertain of what the season will hold.

To book a tee time, golfers can visit Pine-Lodge.ca or on Pine Lodge on Facebook.

To learn more, listen to the full interview with Adam Thompson here.

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