As we slowly get back to normal in our Golf Operations Department, a return to pre-COVID-19 golf cart rules and limited in-door clubhouse seating will begin on Saturday, May 1st, 2021.
To protect our golf courses during the turf transition process, the following cart rules will be put into place. These rules will help limit the number of carts in each group thus reducing the wear and tear in both the fairway and rough areas.
The number of players determine the number of 4-wheeled carts permitted in each group:
- 1 cart equals 1 or 2 players
- 2 carts equals 3 to 4 players
- 3 carts equals 4 players – one player with a medical request (flag)
Motorized two-wheel carts may be added to each of the examples above which will increase the number of carts in each group. Example: A twosome may have 1 four-wheeled cart and 1 two-wheeled cart in the group and be in compliance.
Carts are to be kept at LEAST 30 feet from all tees and greens. Please stay on paths near greens and tee boxes when possible.
Carts are NOT to be driven between greens and bunkers as well as marked off areas regardless of a golfer’s medical condition or privileges.
Fleet carts MUST stay out of the desert areas. Personal carts may cut thru desert areas if they don’t damage the golf course or create a hazardous situation.
Medical flag authorizations may be renewed/updated at Golf Operations offices.
If golf course conditions warrant “CART PATH ONLY”, this rule will apply to ALL golfers. Medical flag privileges DO NOT allow the golfer to get off the path.
Golf carts are restricted to TWO occupants and their equipment. (All golfers must have their own set of clubs. Sharing clubs in NOT permitted).
Limited indoor seating will be allowed at our golf courses. Size of the pro-shop will determine the number of tables and chairs available for available seating. Existing patio chairs and tables will NOT be allowed to be moved indoors nor will additional tables and chairs be added until later this spring/summer.