Sports in Scotland especially outdoor games is getting back to life after the government started phase one of its four-stage of easing coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

Non-contacts outdoor sports which include golf, tennis and bowls will be allowed in Scotland from today hence, Sports minister Joe Fitzpatrick has asked the heads of all major sporting bodies in the country to share how they plan to resume at a meeting on Friday.
Scottish Golf has welcomed the news and has reeled out lists of guidelines that must be strictly adhered to.

Golfers will be allowed to play on their own, with members of their household or one other.
Tennis Scotland chief executive Blane Dodds has also welcome the return of the sport and has issued guidance for getting back on court safely.
Individual coaching is also allowed in such non-contact sports outdoors if physical distancing can be maintained.

All activities must adhere to social distancing and government health rules and the situation is to be reviewed every three weeks, with further phases of easing introduced if enough progress is made on keeping the virus under control.

Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) is hoping all football clubs can return to training by June 10.
Rugby and football are both in phase two with a possible restart by June 18.