In regards to recent mandates from the Federal, State, and local government, we WILL be able to remain open during these uncertain times. We will do everything in our power to keep our golf course open for your enjoyment, but please understand that we will only continue to do so as long as we can create a safe environment. Your help will be requested as we move forward to follow new procedures and guidelines to ensure that all golfers and staff can operate in a safe manner. Please note all the following changes are being made out of an abundance of caution and when it is all said and done we’d prefer to overreact than not do our part.
PRO SHOP PROCEDURES
Effective at days end (March 17th) the pro shop will be closed to all customers. The pro shop will continue to be staffed during normal business hours, however face to face contact to pro shop employees will be as limited as much possible. Primary payment option will be credit card transactions made over the phone. Members (no cost transactions) can feel free to book online tee times, while non members will need to secure tee times and pay over the phone. As requested, sanitized golf carts will be provided on the first tee at your designated tee time. Please note that golf carts will be sanitized with bleach based products.
In addition to these changes, all events prior to May 9th will be cancelled in accordance to CDC recommendations. More schedule based information will be passed along as it becomes available.
COUNTRY CLUB PROCEDURES
Effective at noon today (March 17th) and in accordance with Gov. Reynolds proclamation, the Waverly Country Club has suspended its day to day food and event operation. The country club will remain open for “to go drink orders.” Please note that patrons will not be permitted to stay in the bar area and no more than 10 customers will be served at any one time. Access to the bar will only be available via entrances on the deck. The main country club door will offer access to restrooms but will not allow customers to enter any other part of the facility. We very much appreciate all coordination from Wes Gade and the Country Club board as we find ways to safely operate during these difficult times.
Again, golf is considered a safe way for you to get out of the house as long as we take the necessary precautions. Please find and abide by these player notes on the golf course. The following precautions are in the best interest of players and staff: (1) Pack hand sanitizer and use it liberally. (2) Players should remain 6 feet apart at all times (social distancing). (3) It is recommended only 1 golfer per cart, while walking will continue to remain the safest practice at this time. (4) On the green, leave the pin in at all times. (5) Refrain from picking up random golf balls, tees, etc. (6) Bunker rakes have been removed, staff will be tasked with raking bunkers on a regular basis (7) Pre and post round handshakes or fist bumps should be avoided as we practice social distancing. (8) Lastly, and most importantly, if you are sick PLEASE STAY HOME. We are doing everything in our power to create a safe environment for our golfers and we ask for your help maintaining this environment.
Please note that this is a very fluent situation and our availability is subject to change. We will continue to monitor the situation in accordance with Federal, State, and local recommendations.