25 Mar COVID-19
In line with the directive from NZ Golf on what the alert level 4 means for the golf sector Lakeview will be closed from 11.59pm Wednesday 25th March to all golfers. See below the information from NZ Golf.
As of 11.59 pm on Wednesday 25 March, New Zealand will be at COVID-19 Alert Level 4.
This means New Zealanders not working in essential services must stay at home and stop all interactions with others outside of your household. This is a major step for the country however eradicating this disease is vital to protect people’s health and ensure our health system can cope and look after New Zealanders who become sick.
The move to Alert Level 4 has major consequences for the golf sector. From Wednesday 25 March at 11.59pm, all operations at golf clubs must cease for at least four weeks.
This means all golf courses, practice facilities, clubhouses, pro shops, bar, function and catering facilities must now close. While this a major move for the country, the government is trying to save lives and we urge the golf sector to do all we can to play our part.
Just to ensure clarity the course is not to be used by individuals thinking they can go and play alone.The reason given is because we cannot control or monitor who is playing at any one time the course is a no go zone.
Please heed the advice given stay safe and we will see you the other side of this!