COVID Safe Practices for Golf Courses
- Adhere to Required COVID-Safe Practices for All Employers.
- Limit tee times to 15-minute intervals.
- Tee times must be pre-scheduled; golfers without a reservation prior to arrival are not
- The following reservation formats are allowable:
- Threesomes under the following scenarios:
- three individuals of the same household (individuals who live within the same place of residence
- two individuals of the same household + 1 other booked together
- three individuals booked together, however a maximum of two power carts
- Foursomes under the following scenarios:
- four individuals of the same household
- two individuals of the same household + two individuals of a second same household, booked together, with a maximum of two carts
- two individuals of the same household + two individuals, booked together, with a maximum of two power carts (one or two individuals must walk)
- four individuals walking
- Limit one rider per cart, unless two individuals share the same
- Limit of 144 players at any time on the course (four on the tee and four on the green for all 18 holes).
- Limit food purchases to take-out only.
- Configure practice facilities such that there is at least six feet of spacing between
- Maintain a schedule of stringent daily cleaning and sanitizing, specifically carts and other high-touch
- Remove or close off access to rakes, ball washers, sand/seed containers and other high-touch
- Flagsticks must remain in hole and plugs must be attached so that balls do not drop to bottom of
- Provide disinfectant bottles in all carts and teeing
- Prohibit retail sales in pro shop and close off retail spaces.
- Eliminate bag services, club storage and club
- Utilize signage to communicate occupancy limits and above safety restrictions that affect normal
- Employ a greeter to communicate safety restrictions and
- Employ additional course marshals to monitor rate of
- Install plexiglass sneeze guards at cash registers wherever
- Arrange for contactless payment and receipt options to the greatest extent
- Screen employees and customers with a no-contact thermometer; individuals with a temperature reading above 100.4°F should be denied