These below items will be assessed, and potentially modified, on a weekly basis.

Any course planning to reopen on May 5, 2020, must comply with the following:

1. Utilize on-line or phone tee time reservation systems to pre-pay and limit interactions and restrict payments to credit cards only to eliminate the handling of cash.

2. Maintain a log of all customers, including contact information.

3. At the golf course’s discretion, foursomes are allowed if they are from the same household. Otherwise, no more than two players from separate households per tee time. Single players should be asked if they would like to be paired together.

4. Restrict play to one rider per power cart unless a minor is also playing.

5. Regularly sanitize counter tops, doorknobs, other common surfaces, range buckets, golf carts, push carts, cash registers, score posting kiosks, and other frequently touched surfaces including employee used equipment.

6. Ensure that the flagstick always remains in . Players will be educated to avoid touching the flagstick for any reason.

7. Be creative with cup liners to avoid having players reaching into the hole to retrieve golf balls, such as installing cups upside down or partly above ground.

8. Eliminate cups and holes on practice greens.

9. Discontinue club and equipment rentals.

10. Restrict use of driving range and putting green to those with a tee time within 30 minutes. 

11. Remove bunker rakes and other on-course furniture like benches, ball washers, water coolers, etc.

12. Eliminate on-course garbage cans, encourage golfers to carry and properly dispose of their own garbage when leaving the course.

13. Modify driving range hitting areas to ensure a minimum 10-foot separation between players.

14. Install signage to discourage group congregation, or to limit numbers of people in a certain area of the club or pro shop. Golfers will be reminded to be especially mindful of social distancing in the parking lot, and around tees and greens.

15. Place appropriate signage outside the pro shop and clubhouse plus at the first tee entries briefly outlining the social distancing guidelines in place.

16. Keep up to date on all changes that are happening daily.

17. Marshall the course to ensure physical distancing by reminding golfers, and where necessary, warning repeat offenders.

18. Ask golfers to leave the golf course immediately after playing to eliminate congestion/gathering on the property or in the parking lot. 


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