A popular Scottish golf centre has closed its doors - for good.
Brucefields Family Golf Centre made the announcement this evening on social media.
In a brief statement published on its Facebook and Twitter accounts, the centre's owners said: "This update is to notify you that Brucefields Family Golf Centre has ceased trading and will not re-open.
"Thank you for your support and membership throughout the years."
The Stirlingshire facility closed on March 19 due to escalating concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, four days before the nationwide lockdown was enforced.
In February, we reported that Brucefields was planning to close its courses on March 31 as a result of planned works on the site.
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An employee told us that the courses would be closed for the "foreseeable future" at the very least but that the plan was to keep the other facilities - including a driving range, café and American Golf shop - open.
Indeed, the centre had invested in 28,000 new golf balls for use on the range shortly before lockdown.
However, tonight's announcement has put paid to any hopes that it will re-open.