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What We're Doing About COVID-19

With our comprehensive plan in place, we feel that golf can remain a safe haven of outdoor activity and mental stimulation.

Golf represents a very healthy option for citizens to get sunlight, exercise, and mental stimulation safely, if done right. We have worked closely with the NGCOA (National Golf Course Owners Association) and the PGA of America as well as our former colleagues at the largest management companies to come up with a comprehensive and continually updated “best practices” to keep everyone safe. We have moved quickly and aggressively to create an operation that can protect our employees and guests, while continuing to provide what we feel is a crucial mental health and physical fitness option for our community

Check In

  • Please call the golf shop prior to your round to pay for your tee time
  • We hope you can help us streamline this process by submitting only one payment per group
  • Our range is closed, so please don't show up too early for your round

On the Course

  • Water coolers, rakes, and other commonly handled objects have been removed from the golf course
  • We encourage players to bring their own pre-filled water bottles
  • We have modified our cups so that golfers can retrieve their golf ball without actually touching the cups itself or the flag - making it a "no touch" experience
  • Staff will be making regularly laps around the course to enforce social distancing policies

Golf Carts

  • We have created a walking incentive where golfers are given a free beverage if they choose to walk rather than ride
  • We have received a number of walking carts that are available to our guests at no charge if they don’t have the needed equipment to walk
  • We have instituted a 1 rider policy which ensures that only one person is riding in a golf cart at a given time, the other player must walk while their partner is riding
  • Anyone who has a handicap placard for their car, a handicap id, or a note from a physician saying they are unable to walk is offered their own individual cart
  • Anyone violating our cart policy is asked to leave the property
  • Golf carts are thoroughly wiped down after each round. This includes the steering wheel, seat, bag strap, and side handles with disinfecting wipes or spray
  • Cart staff are wearing protective gloves and changing them throughout the day

Post Round

  • We ask that golf carts be returned to a specific area after your round
  • Carts are cleaned and disinfected by our staff. A card is placed on the steering wheel letting our staff know which carts have been cleaned and which still need to be cleaned
  • Guests are encouraged to remove and dispose of as much of their own trash as possible to reduce the items our staff must come in contact with
  • Cart staff are wearing gloves when disposing of trash and cleaning carts
  • With the clubhouse being closed we instruct golfers that at the conclusion of their round they must leave the premises and that they are not allowed to linger or congregate 

Food & Beverage
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  • Our restaurant is closed and we allow only curbside pickup and on course delivery
  • We require all guests call (817) 656-5467 to place your take out order
  • We have a beverage cart driving around the course providing pre-packaged food and beverage. Staff has been trained to park at least 6 feet from guests, take orders, and palce them in the golf cart to avoid direct contact with guests. These credit card transactions are taken verbally or visually, requirng no exchange of the card itself


  • We have instructed all staff members who feel ill to stay home. We have a paid sick leave policy in place
  • We encourage staff to eat well, stay hydrated and well-rested, and quickly report if they are not feeling well
  • We are reading daily CDC and WHO best practices and communicating to all employees


  • We are communicating nearly every day with our guests letting them know of these steps and others we develop. This includes emails to our entire customer database as well as specifically to golfers playing the next day. We feel this is key to the golfers' compliance with these changes. We have found that golfers want their activity to remain available, and we just need to inform them of what is required

We believe we are at the forefront of what is required to keep this vital activity available to our community. As long as we are open we intend to continue to look for more and more ways to make this “new normal” as seamless as possible for golfers while maintaining and improving safety measures. All evidence seems to show that COVID-19 does not like sun and heat, golf is an activity where you can spend hours out in the sun, heat, and fresh air, with even more structured social distancing than a public park as only a few people can be on a golf hole at a time. Most golf holes are 150 to 550 yards long so it’s nearly impossible for more than 4 people to be with a few hundred yards of anyone else at any given time. 

We believe we are leaders in how this can be done and we hope we can demonstrate a path forward that is acceptable to all on how to keep this resource available for our community.