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Last updated:  7/8/2021  2:00 p.m.

Per CDC Guidelines – Masks Recommended for NON-Vaccinated Guests


The Grille Room is open for lunch between 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Tuesdays through Fridays, 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturdays.  Additionally, we are open for dinner on Wednesdays and every other Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.  Reservations dinner are highly recommended to allow for us to maintain social distancing and capacity guidelines. 

Take-out from the lunch menu will be available during lunch hours and take-out from the dinner menu will be available on Wednesdays & Fridays during dinner hours. 

Hours of operation will continue to be assessed and extended on an as-needed basis. 


The following are some of the safety measures we will be putting into effect based on 
recommendations in the State Guidelines:

•  Operating with appropriate social distancing and a minimum of 6 feet separating parties
•  Parties will not exceed 10 people
•  Staff will clean and disinfect all surfaces after every use
•  All staff will be screened prior to work and servers will be wearing face masks when interacting customers

 
We take the health and safety of our members and guests very seriously and want to make sure that everyone, including our staff, is taking proper precautions while on site.


The Members Only Fitness Room is open.  Specific guidelines have been put into place to ensure the safety of our members and staff and are posted in the Fitness Room.  Hours of operation have been adjusted to 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Saturday. 
 

The Golf Club remains open, and our number one priority is our members’ health and wellness. We are utilizing hospital-grade products to ensure the utmost cleanliness of the Clubhouse, as well as the property. Below is a list of actions we are taking that you should be aware of.
 

CLUBHOUSE/PRO SHOP

· Increased the frequency of cleaning high touch areas such as countertops and door handles, and restrooms. 

· We are verbally screening all staff prior to the start of their shifts to reduce the risk of illness.

 

GOLF COURSE

·  To accommodate the forecasted increase in play, and in consideration of our current fleet (number of car cars), we are presenting several options for the use of golf cars. 
  • If you are playing with a family member or friend, with whom you find no issue, we will pair you in the golf car.  We will promote the sharing of a golf car as often and practical as possible. 
  • If you want to share a golf car, but would like a "social separation", we will have approximately 25% of our fleet equipped with a transparent divider.  Availability will be dictated by supply and demand. 
  • Another option is to provide a single rider golf car.  Please understand that this will be the last option offered, only if the previously mentioned options are unattainable.  If you must have a golf car to yourself, and there is availability, we will do our best to accommodate your request, but you will be obligated to pay for the vacant seat (golf car fee). 

 
· We are wiping down steering wheels and cup holders in all carts more frequently, including after every usage so players will always receive a freshly cleaned cart

· We are encouraging all players to walk, which was previously only allowed for members

· All rakes have been removed and bunkers are raked daily by the golf course grounds crew

· All players are being asked to leave the flagstick in the hole

· All divot boxes have been removed from par-3 holes

· Frequency of cleaning and sanitization of course restrooms has been increased

 

The CDC recommends following the precautionary measures and guidelines below to help keep you healthy and prevent the spread of the virus: 

  

• Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds 

• Use an alcohol-based sanitizer 

• Keep away from others that are sick 

• Clean and disinfect household objects and surfaces in your home 

• Avoid travel to destinations where the outbreak is prevalent 

  

For the most updated information, please refer to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or your local health authority.