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Golfers Hit the Links in Pennsylvania

 
Series: Coronavirus | Story 164

Gary M. Baranec

Golfers were permitted to hit the links in Pennsylvania on Friday May 1, as Gov. Tom Wolf said he would reopen golf courses, private campgrounds, marinas and guided fishing trips that day.

Golfers were permitted to hit the links in Pennsylvania on Friday May 1, as Gov. Tom Wolf said he would reopen golf courses, private campgrounds, marinas and guided fishing trips that day.

Above (from left), Josh Lynn of Roaring Spring, Zeke Koch of Hollidaysburg and Zachary Barner of Hollidaysburg play the fourth hole at Iron Masters Country Club near Roaring Spring on Friday.

Due to COVID-19, residents must still practice social distancing and universal masking, and reopened businesses must follow guidance from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on how to operate safely, the administration cautioned.

Tee times at Iron Masters Country Club are adjusted at the course for every 15 minutes (instead of eight). Golf carts are limited to one person only. Immediate family members can use the same golf cart.

 

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