Back on course with new rules - and a snake

Published 12:00pm 27 August 2021

Back on course with new rules - and a snake
Words by Nick Crockford

While most sport was forced into a temporary shutdown by the recent COVID outbreak, golf continued – with additional  rules.

Redcliffe Golf Club was kept busy with players adapting to the regulations, which included social distancing and removing golf flags with a gloved hand.

However, a snake on one of the fairways was given a wide berth - see picture gallery below.

Photographer Dominika Lis caught up with some of those keeping active.

Picture gallery - scroll through

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