Golf is “Safe to do” according to experts*. As we work together to #SlowDownTheCurve during the COVID-19 challenge, many regular past times are not available. Team sports, gym, tennis, live sports and cultural events, meeting up in pubs or bars, parties, events etc, are all off the table at this time, for the good of all. Even following live sports on TV is substantially reduced with so many golf and other events cancelled or postponed.  Golf has a unique opportunity to provide a welcome and safe escape and sense of balance.

We’ve created #SafeGolf to empower golf operators with insights, information and advice, regarding how to play and manage golf operations safely during this time.

Please share these tips, articles and insights, so that as many people as possible, can benefit.

Golf is “Safe to do” according to experts*. As we work together to #SlowDownTheCurve during the COVID-19 challenge, many regular past times are not available. Team sports, gym, tennis, live sports and cultural events, meeting up in pubs or bars, parties, events etc, are all off the table at this time, for the good of all. Even following live sports on TV is substantially reduced with so many golf and other events cancelled or postponed.  Golf has a unique opportunity to provide a welcome and safe escape and sense of balance.

We’ve created #SafeGolf to empower golf operators with insights, information and advice, regarding how to play and manage golf operations safely during this time.

Please share these tips, articles and insights, so that as many people as possible, can benefit.

More Maine golf courses opening and taking safety precautions against COVID-19 exposure

March 31, 2020/by vusi

State golf association clarifies its sport in COVID-19 times

March 31, 2020/by vusi

Rice Lake Golf Course opens with COVID-19 precautions in place

March 31, 2020/by vusi

Here’s some amazing stories emanating from golf clubs during COVID-19

March 31, 2020/by vusi

Mizner CC Converts Restaurant into a Market

March 30, 2020/by vusi

Pinehurst auctioning incredible experiences to support its employees

March 30, 2020/by vusi

Where can you play golf right now? Here’s a handy state-by-state guide

March 30, 2020/by vusi

NGCOA Publishes Resources in Response to Coronavirus Concerns

March 27, 2020/by vusi

Support #SafeGolf Play and Operations with a New Resource Platform for the Golf Industry

March 24, 2020/by vusi

Here’s one big way the USGA is relaxing its Rules to cope with the coronavirus

March 24, 2020/by vusi

Making Your Course “Social Distance Ready”

March 24, 2020/by vusi

Firsthand reports: Superintendents adjust operations for coronavirus

March 23, 2020/by vusi

How Is Golf Responding To the Coronavirus Pandemic?

March 23, 2020/by vusi

Golf courses, superintendents grapple with coronavirus

March 23, 2020/by vusi

How golf clubs are adjusting (and readjusting) to find a role amid coronavirus crisis

March 23, 2020/by vusi

You can still play golf provided you ‘keep a distance’

March 19, 2020/by vusi

Can you play golf amid coronavirus concerns? With proper precautions, yes

March 18, 2020/by Tagmarshal

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#SAFEGOLF TIPS from our partners:

Quaker Ridge Golf Club, a Golf Digest 100 Greatest Golf Course, has made a number of adjustments in addition to staggered shifts for employees; caddies with gloves and disinfectant sprays; closing its indoor golf studio; and all food in pre-packaged containers among other measures.


Pinehurst:
Pinehurst, often referred to as the “St Andrews of the USA” have inserted a 2″ diameter PVC cut to about 2.5″ length into holes, which will make balls easy to retrieve from the hole.


Steenberg Golf Course:
Scoring: Let one player record all the scoring. Make sure all the scorers in the pro shop exercise the necessary hygiene precautions.

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