All golf courses operate with the understanding that all customers and employees practice safe social distancing and eliminate any nonessential interaction. The following actions are taken daily to aid in social distancing:

  • Golfers are asked to check in early for tee times. A minimal number of guests are allowed in the pro shop at one time.
  • Tee times have longer intervals and reduction of operating hours is being implemented.
  • Flagsticks are to be left in the holes untouched and bunkers are not to be raked by golfers.
  • Rakes, ball washers and coolers have been removed from the courses.
  • Golf carts are washed and sanitized after each use.
  • Golf carts: mandatory one person per cart. Two bags permitted per cart, with one person driving and the second person walking, alternating driving/walking. Two people are permitted per cart if they have been quarantining together. Pull carts are available; golfers who can are encouraged to walk.
  • Golfers are instructed to not gather in groups or clusters while on or off the golf course.
  • RestaurantsOpen for indoor, outdoor and take-out service. Open at 50 percent capacity and move to 75 percent capacity starting March 19, but may change throughout the season in accordance to New York State guidelines. (Dates vary, check restaurant schedule.)
  • Driving ranges are open.
  • Halfway houses and refreshment carts are open.
  • Park Passes – Available at all six golf courses from Monday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

We ask that golfers practice good hygiene by appropriately washing their hands.

Although we continue to sanitize and make every effort to provide a healthy environment, please make responsible decisions, based on your personal risk profile, on whether to expose yourself to others on the golf course.

During this heightened alert period, we will continue to monitor all recommendations and implement as necessary. If you, a family member or someone you have been in touch with has respiratory symptoms, particularly fever, please do not visit the course.