Golf fans can start to get excited as Topgolf Watford announced it will be reopening.

People will be able to tee again at the golfing venue in Bushey Mill Lane on Monday, July 6, when it will reopen its doors to the general public.

The venue has been closed since the end of March when the Government brought the coronavirus lockdown into effect.

To ensure the safety of guests, Topgolf is introducing new measures into its venues to allow for social distancing and people to maintain good hygiene.

This includes safely spaced hitting bays with three metres of space from tee to tee, as well as the "highest standards of cleanliness". Entry and exit procedures are also in place.

A statement on the Topgolf website read: "We are implementing new measures around Guest and Associate health and safety, and working with local health officials to ensure we are following reopening guidelines.

"In order to make sure your visit is a safe one, we need a little help from a very important person: you. Please help us by abiding by these new safety measures and respecting other guests’ space throughout the venue."

Frontline workers working during the pandemic will also be able to get a reduction on weekday games between 10am and 7pm, with Topgolf having teamed up with the Defence Discount Service, Police Sports Association and Blue Light Card to offer a 50 per cent discount.

Anyone eligible for this should show a valid ID at Guest Services on arrival.