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Return to Golf Guidelines (COVID-19)

 

It is incumbent on us all to respect these rules given recent pronouncements from the Welsh Assembly.

Stay local and keep Wales safe:

  • always observe social distancing
  • wash your hands regularly
  • if you are meeting one other household, stay outdoors and stay local
  • work from home if you can
  • Stay at home if you or anyone you live with has symptoms.
 
Booking Conditions
  • Bookings can be made by phone on 01656 782251 option 1 or email to [email protected]
  • Green fees must be settled in advance of your visit.

 

On Arrival
  • Gate access code to be sent with booking confirmation
  • Please use sanitiser adjacent to keypad
  • Leave a parking space between you and the next vehicle where possible
  • Arrive in golfing attire and change footwear in the Car Park
  • Observe social distancing always
  • Check-in at the Professional Shop

 

Professional Shop
  • Maximum of 4 people in the Professional Shop at any one time
  • If the Shop is at maximum capacity, wait outside socially distanced from others
  • All those entering the Shop must wear a face covering unless exempt on medical grounds
  • Sanitise on entry and exit
  • Social distancing to be observed at all times
  • Any purchases must be made using credit card (No cash purchases)
  • Transactions to be conducted with the use of a sneeze screen
  • Sanitised trollies available for hire
  • Range balls available for purchase
 
Administration Office
  • Entry permitted one at a time (excluding staff)
  • All those entering the Office must wear a face covering unless exempt on medical grounds
  • Sanitise on entry and exit

 

On the Course
  • Social distancing signage identifies first tee waiting areas
  • Benches, bins and bunker rakes have been removed
  • Do not touch the flagstick
  • Hole cups raised for simple, contact-free ball retrieval
  • Wait until the player(s) in front have left the tee box before progressing to the next hole
  • Do not double back to play again if a ball is lost, unplayable, or in a penalty area
  • Equipment, food, and drink must not be exchanged
  • Do not touch another player’s equipment or golf ball
  • Refrain from all bodily contact
  • Social distancing must be observed at all times
  • Any player(s) not following directions will be asked to leave the course

 

Clubhouse

Only a maximum of six people from an extended household will be able to meet indoors at any one time without being socially distanced. Members are therefore urged, if they have not already done so, to identify their 4 extended households. 

Please adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Sanitise on entry and exit
  • Members must sit in Tables of 4 socially distanced
  • Avoid standing in the clubhouse other than whilst placing order and collecting drinks.
  • Follow signage for ordering and collecting drinks.
  • Please sit outside when tables available rather than sitting indoors
  • Use all areas of the clubhouse including Common Room
  • Listen to staff who have been empowered to politely guide people and report to secretary if guidance ignored
  • Dining Room - tables of 4 socially distanced (larger families can be accommodated)
  • Only 1 person in any of the toilets at one time

To protect Staff, Members, Guests and Visitors, we have decided that all clubhouse Staff will wear face coverings until further notice.

Furniture has been re-positioned to enable social distancing. Capacities for each room are identified below:

Main Bar 20
Card Room 4
Lounge Bar 16
Dining Room 20
Common Room 16
Sitting Room 10
Outside (Patio/Verandah) 30

 

Getting Home Safely
  • After holing out on the 18th hole, players must follow the one-way system round the back of the Clubhouse
  • Ensure clubs and equipment are cleaned thoroughly after use
  • Players must call or email the golf club with any post-round health issues or COVID-19 related queries, at the earliest possible opportunity

 

GDPR

General Data Protection Regulations allow information from visitors to be shared with NHS Test and Trace to help minimise the transmission of COVID-19 and support public health and safety. Any data recorded solely for the purpose of NHS Test and Trace will be disposed of after 21 days.

 
PLEASE Stay safe.