Last Thursday, Massachusetts allowed golf courses to reopen after being closed for a month and half due to the coronavirus pandemic. Clubs must follow strict guidelines including prohibiting golf carts, no touching of the flags, and fifteen-minute intervals between tee times. On Sunday, the state relaxed the no cart policy to accommodate golfers who can’t walk long distances and those with disabilities. 

Producer Dave Fraser hit the links to learn how the local golf industry is trying to bounce back from the six-week closure.