Nationwide League golf equipment have been dealt a serious blow after being instructed future funding will probably be issued as loans and that grants will solely be handed out in distinctive circumstances.
The Nationwide League’s three divisions kicked off in October after securing a £10m grant from the federal government for the opening three months of the marketing campaign.
Nonetheless, that grant funding has expired and a complete of £11m, a part of the authorities’s £300m rescue package deal for sport, is offered to golf equipment to say as loans over the following three months.
BBC Sport was instructed by numerous golf equipment in January that they solely agreed to begin the season through the coronavirus pandemic and within the absence of followers on the understanding that persevering with prices could be lined.
Interim Nationwide League chief government Mark Ives, who changed Mike Tattersall after he stood down on the finish of December, is because of handle the state of affairs with golf equipment on Wednesday.
No membership in any of the three leagues has reached the midway level of its season but.
Even earlier than the newest funding information, thought had been given to pausing the season for a short time as a way to re-assess the place and, doubtlessly, restarting at some extent the place situations are extra beneficial.