To our Members, Guests, Friends, and Family,
We at Crestview Golf Club would like to thank you for your support as we work with the ever-evolving situation. At this time our facility plans to remain open and continue operating as long as there are no government mandated closures or procedures that would alter our business.
For those that plan to visit our facility in the upcoming weeks, we want to update you on current protocols and procedures that have been implemented to help protect our staff, our patrons and our community:
- We are conducting regular and frequent disinfecting of high-touch areas (including doorknobs, light switches and countertops).
- We are disinfecting and cleaning our golf carts in use after each round of golf.
- We are cleaning and disinfecting restrooms multiple times daily.
- With spring upon us we will be adding rakes to the bunkers. We are recommending that you leave rakes on the ground and smooth out bunkers as best you can with your feet. Don’t worry if it’s not perfect (it’s a hazard). Many articles have been written that being in a wide-open, sunny outdoor space is a lower at-risk scenario, but we suggest that taking simple precautions should be part of you routine if you plan to play a round of golf.
- Do not golf if you are sick. If you are feeling symptoms related to the virus, just hold off playing golf for now. We don’t want to put someone else at risk just to play golf. Get back to the game at a later date.
- Practice “social distancing” by keeping more than six feet away from others when possible. Avoid prolonged face-to-face discussion on the golf course. At tee boxes, fairways and greens, keep your distance from groups outside of your own.
- As for the flagstick, it’s probably best to leave the flagstick untouched for the entire day. We will be modifying the holes to reduce contamination.
- Carts are available when weather permits, if you so choose to have your own cart during this time it will be allowed. Walking is highly encouraged and pull carts will be available at no charge.
If you’re playing with friends and family, check that they’re feeling well. If you’re playing with strangers, keep your social distance. Actions speak louder than words at this time. Most importantly, simply try to enjoy being outdoors and stay safe!
Thank you for your continued support!
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