Province of New Brunswick – State of Emergency
On March 19, 2020 the Province of New Brunswick declared the State of Emergency and ordered the closure, or modification, of a great number of industries in the province. On April 16, 2020, Premier Blaine Higgs extended New Brunswick’s State of Emergency for an additional two week period, through April 30, 2020 and noted that the “order will be reassessed after two weeks and will be extended as needed.”
For the time being, as per Section 5 of the Province of New Brunswick’s Declaration of a State of Emergency and Revised Mandatory Order
issued March 25, 2020, all Golf Courses are to remain closed until further notice;
Renewed and Revised Mandatory Order (COVID-19)
Section 5) All swimming pools, spas, saunas, dance studios, rinks and arenas, tennis courts, soccer and baseball fields, climbing walls, escape rooms, ski hills, golf courses, arcades, amusement centers, pool halls, bowling alleys, casinos, cinemas, libraries, museums, zoos, aquaria, barbers, hairstylists, esthetics service providers, pet groomers, sugar bush operations (public-admitting portions), and theatres or other live performance venues are prohibited from admitting patrons.
As mandated by the Province of New Brunswick – individuals are prohibited from playing golf on public or private golf courses during the Declaration of a State of Emergency and Revised Mandatory Order, until New Brunswick golf courses are given permission to open.
Golf NB shares in the disappointment of those affected by the current State of Emergency in the Province and thank all for their understanding during this extraordinary time.]]>