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Ayrshire golf club ready to be sold swinging after lockdown left it on brink

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Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeIrvine Ravenspark Golf Club is ready to come out swinging after the coronavirus lockdown threatened to leave them teetering on a financial cliff edge.

And Ravenspark captain Colin McKinnon this week insisted that date can't come quick enough as he admitted they were just a month away from a possible disaster.

Now he's hoping affiliates, Past and in existence, And casual golfers will back the club in healthy numbers to ease them back from crisis.

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he was quoted saying: "Not many clubs have _a href= russian woman_/a_ escaped the effects of lockdown and we're exactly the same.

"We weren't in the best position first of all and it's fair to say if this had gone on for another month, Then we'd have been close to going over the edge.

"Our only types of income come from fees and the bar. Up until immediately, We only had 30 per cent of last year's 250 strong request signed up.

"we'd like 50,000 just to break even from year to year. We managed to get a 10,000 government grant which helped massively but we are going to have to be very prudent this year.

"We've had five newbies sign up so far and if we get that up another 35 then that equates to 10,000 in extra fees.

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