The “final arrangements” are being made for the reopening of a Dundee golf course.
Preparations are being made for the return of players to Caird Park following an announcement from Nicola Sturgeon that certain non-contact sports could return from Thursday, May 28.
Earlier the first minister told the Scottish Parliament that the “time is right” to begin relaxing lockdown measures in Scotland – with golf, bowls, tennis and fishing among the sports which could make a return.
Greens have been closed since the beginning of the lockdown in March.
Golf Dundee – run by Leisure and Culture Dundee – welcomed the news from the Scottish Government.
However a spokesman said Caird Park Golf Course will only be open to members to begin with.
He added: “Golf Dundee is delighted that the First Minister has announced the lifting of restrictions for playing golf.
“Leisure and Culture Dundee recognises the vital role that our services, including golf, play in the health and well-being of everyone in our communities.
“We are currently making final arrangements to ensure our facilities are safe for staff and customers, and are looking forward to welcoming you back.
“Caird Park Golf Course will initially be open to members only and further information on the exact opening date, extended tee times and pre-booking arrangements will be communicated ahead of the course re-opening.
“In the interim, we would like to thank everyone for their patience and ask that they respectfully stay away from the course while it is still closed. This will allow the greenkeepers to continue their hard work on opening preparations.”