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Two to a Cart is Sticking Point in RIGA’s Phase II Plan

The Rhode Island Golf Association (RIGA) is working to get its Phase II plan approved by Commerce, however, the sticking point is two to a cart, according to an email obtained by GolfNewsRI from RIGA Exec. Director Bob Ward.

The Rhode Island Golf Association (RIGA) is working to get its Phase II plan approved by Commerce, however, the sticking point is two to a cart, according to several sources with knowledge of the situation.

RIGA previously worked with the Department of Business Regulation, but were transferred to Commerce on Friday afternoon.

Gina Raimondo’s phase II plan for reopening went into action Monday, June 1.

Two to a cart is a sticking point in RIGA’s Phase II plan. PHOTO: Bradley Johnson/Flickr

2 comments on “Two to a Cart is Sticking Point in RIGA’s Phase II Plan

  1. Robert Souza

    Two can ride to the course in 1 car but can’t share a cart.

  2. Keep it at one to a cart. I’m playing the fastest rounds of my life!

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