Some of Ayr's top sportsmen are back in competitive action tomorrow - and the game is being streamed live and free for all to see.

Ayr FootGolf Club takes on reigning Scottish Champions Glasgow FootGolf Club in the first game of the 2020 season.

The game takes place at FootGolf Kilmarnock, which is based at Caprington Community Golf Club, as footGolf is not currently on offer at Ayr's normal home - Dalmilling Golf Course.

The game is being broadcast on the FootGolf Association of Scotland Facebook page here - and will kick off at around 6.30pm.

The league was due to begin in March but was postponed for four months because of the Coronavirus lockdown.

Golf is one of the sports allowed under the reduced Covid-19 measures and, as FootGolf is played to the same rules as golf, matches are permitted under the new restrictions, with a few amendments to how fixtures are normally played.

Club league games are scored by points being awarded to the four players who shoot the best scores on the day, and the best scorer in each of the following categories: Non-Tour player, over 45, under 16, under 12 and Ladies, with players also facing off in 9-holes matchplay ties after 18 holes of singles.

Tomorrow's fixture will see players from the opposing sides playing in groups while observing social distancing guidelines and the rules around mixing with other households outdoors.

Ayr boast Scotland internationalists Mick Bozner, Martyn Little, Jonny Craig, David Craig and Paul Macfarlane, and former Scottish Number one Gavin Craig, who was part of Team UK's victorious 2017 Jansen Cup side, defeating the USA in California.

While Glasgow have current Scotland Number one Michael Eardley, Scotland Captain Joe McCourt, and Scotland stars David Stewart, Brian McMahon, Tom McMahon, Richard Johnston, Steven Robinson, Ali Dick, Ally Monro, Stewart Robertson and Stuart Campbell, who is the Glasgow Manager.

Tomorrow's meeting sees both the clubs' A teams playing their Premiership fixture, and B teams contesting their Championship match.

Ayr captain Reece Kyle said: "We're looking forward to getting started in the new season of Club League FootGolf.

"In these unprecedented times I think FootGolf is a great way to keep active and help people's mental health.

"We take on last years champions Glasgow in our first match in both the Premiership and Championship.

"We know that it's not going to be an easy fixture but we'll definitely give it our best shot to come away with the win and valuable points."

But Glasgow's players are ready to defend their title, and gaffer Stuart said: "We are excited to get going.

"This year will without doubt be the toughest year of the Club League in Scotland, as the standard continues to grow.

"It's an exciting time for FootGolf in Scotland just now, and we can't see it slowing down, which in turn will hopefully lead to more teams joining the league.

"We have nine new players for our first game - six are brand new to the sport and three have transferred from other clubs.

"Ayr will be a tough team to overcome, but we are more than hopeful of coming away with big points."

Rory Cassidy, who captained Glasgow to their 2019 Scottish League win, served as the club captain at Caprington and was crowned 2019 Captain of the Year for his performances in last season's UK Club League, believes it was be a close match.

He said: "Caprington is a difficult wee course, it's very technical and there are a good few holes that can kill your round.

"On paper, Glasgow have the better squad, with a host of internationalists.

"But given the way the games are scored, and the fact that some of the Ayr players have played the course a good bit recently in practice, I fancy Ayr for an upset."

And FootGolf Association of Scotland board member Callum Haig said the Club League is the perfect way for new players to get involved in the sport competitively.

He explained: "The Club League represents the major team aspect of FootGolf and provides a friendly yet competitive environment away from the individual competition on the Scottish National Tour.

"What's great about this setup is that it's not just structured for the elite players to win.

"Having match points available for categories such as under 12s and under 16s, over 45s and a ladies section really ensures that our sport is inclusive for everyone and gives players of all ages, ability and gender a chance to contribute to the success of their club performance.

"I'd encourage anyone to head down to their local FootGolf course and give the sport a try, especially given the opportunity to play football at present is very limited."