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Bryan, I am from Windsor and I am going. I am driving to TO and got a flight for Saturday 29th. The border is still closed but you can still fly.
It has my name and all the info about the tourney.
My app is working fine
Bill you got that right, not a problem at all. Lol
I was supposed to play Pebble in April but they closed the border and the course.
Good luck with that Bill
Remember there are only 36 to a flight
I don’t think it’s up and running until after the course assignments
When you look up Canadian golfers I will not show up. I live in Windsor Ont just across the border to Michigan. My handicap is maintained in Michigan where I play most of my golf.
Rick, it’s not that us Canadians don’t want to come down it is that if we do we have to quarantine for 14 days when we get back. Also for the ones who drive down the land borders are closed. Myself and a buddy come down every year by car. This year he is not going. I am coming down. It is a bit tricky for me to make it this year. I have a 4 hour drive to Toronto to catch my flight. My only non stop flight I can get is into Charlotte NC. I will have a three + hour drive from there. Flights are few and far between as well. So I understand why most are not coming. I won’t miss it for the world. I am retiring on August 14 so quarantine for me won’t be a problem. I will have the honey do list to take care of.
I am looking for a Sunday game as well
Are we going to use split tees. #1 and #10
Awesome. I have to fly into Charlotte NC if I want a non stop from Toronto.
Yes the Canadian border is closed for cars, trains and boats. You can still fly from Canada to the US. I may use that option. Someone commented about quarantining for 14 days. Now I know if I fly in and return I have to quarantine for 14 days upon arriving back in Canada. Is there a law in NC or SC about quarantining when arriving there.