10 May 2020
Golf can reopen on Wednesday, 13 May.
Social Distancing of 2 meters to be observed all the time. No roll ups and No competitions to be held in May.
Maximum of Two Balls per tee time. All Tee Times to be reserved – STRICTLY no WALK-INs.
Please remember we are still in difficult times so we must STAY ALERT, CONTROL THE SPREAD, SAVE LIVES.
Whilst we understand how much you have missed golf, please only book a tee time IF it is safe for you to leave the house and to travel according to the official government covid guidelines.
As part of the nation’s collective effort to beat Coronavirus, certain areas of the club remains CLOSED.
Spike Bar and Conservatory Restaurants are CLOSED
CHANGING Rooms will be CLOSED.
Practice Facilities Operations to be confirmed later in the week.
– Driving Range
– Chipping Green
– Putting Green
Rakes, Ball Washers have been removed from the Course
Shoe Cleaner NOT in operation
PROSHOP remains OPEN
Take away Coffee, Bottled Drinks and Snacks are available at the proshop
MEMBER SIGN IN REMAINS SUSPENDED – Remember to wave hello to proshop and proceed to the First Tee
The club is asking members/visitors to keep following the guidelines below.
These will help ensure that we offer a safe environment for all when visiting the club and help the course to remain open during these unprecedented times.
Please be respectful of others and not come to the Club if you have a cough or any Coronavirus symptoms but to follow NHS guidelines.
Keep away from the club for 14 days if you have been abroad.
Reserve all Tee times by phone or Online
STRICTLY No Reserved Tee Time, NO Play will be observed
Payments: Pay in advance by PHONE or Online.
Contactless payments whenever possible
Maintain 2meters distance from anyone at all times starting from the proshop to the tee box.
On Arrival to the course
• Arrive to the club already dressed according to Golf Dress Code. Arrive 10 minutes before your tee time.
• Only handle your own golf equipment
On the course
• Delegate one person to drive buggy (if used)
• On the tee, DO NOT shake hands.
• Keep 6ft from your fellow golfers on the course.
• Only handle your own equipment (scorecard, clubs, balls, pencils and measuring devices).
• Have a wet golf towel to wipe down any equipment during the round.
• Leave the flag in whilst putting on green
• At the end of the game -NO handshakes or embracing.
• Remember to enjoy the golf; the fresh air and exercise is good for you.
ACADEMY COURSE remains OPEN
Reserve your tee time ONLINE
• To ensure smooth flow of golfers’ traffic, Driving Range,
Putting Green, Chipping Green are all CLOSED
• Academy Course is open by advance booking. We are working on
getting you set up for online booking.
No going back to tee when ball is lost
No provisional balls. Drop ball roughly where you ball went. (2
All bunkers are GUR please drop the nearest point away from the bunker.
No nearer the hole.
Please think ahead and be ready to play when you are ready if it’s safe
to do so.
Be ready to play your shot after your partner has played.
Do not touch the flag. Putt out as normal but do not touch the flag.
Use your putter to lift the handle of the putt safe device to release
the ball out of hole.
SPEED OF ROUND
18 holes approx 3hours 15 Minute | 9 holes approx 1hour 40 Mins
It is a group’s responsibility to keep up with the group in front.
Anyone who falls behind may be asked to walk ahead to catch the group
in front up.
LETTING PEOPLE THROUGH
Please let faster playing 2 Balls through when it is safe to do so.
LEAVING THE GREEN- BAGS AND TROLLEYS
Leave your bag and trolleys on side of the green nearest the next tee.
Leave the putting green immediately once the hole is completed.
Including the 18th.
AFTER THE ROUND
Leave the premised immediately after the round. This is no time for
The guidance will change as we get more information and we will ensure that everyone is kept up to date but for now:
Be KIND & support one another and we will pull through this TOGETHER.
PROTECT YOURSELF & OTHERS:
Help us support the NHS frontiners by keeping ourselves and the others safe by following the government advice.