Emerald Links Golf & Country Club
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Social Distancing Golf Play
With the right precautions, golf can be a safe activity, while enabling people to get outside and exercise in the fresh air, and as long as we are permitted to do so, we will keep our golf courses open to those in the area. To provide an even safer environment for guests and employees, Emerald Links Golf & Country Club has instituted Social Distancing Golf Play.
What is Social Distancing Golf Play?
Before Your Round:
Once arrived, please respect social distancing.
Upon arrival at the course, guests should carry their own clubs to the staging area.
Guests may choose to share a cart with another member of their group, choose to ride alone, or walk.
Our Player’s Assistants will be on hand to navigate golfers to their golf carts (if riding), or, if walking, to our Pro Shop attendants for check-in.
All guests will check-in through the Proshop
In addition, credit card machines and countertops will be sanitized following each transaction.
Golf carts will be sanitized prior-to and after play
While playing golf, we ask the following:
All tee-times will be ten minutes apart, to allow for social distancing
Fist pumps and elbow daps are encouraged over handshakes
Food and beverage will be available on the course
After Your Round:
If a golf cart was used, guests may take their cart to their car, unload personal belongings, and then return the cart to staging. Please leave the key inside the cart.
When returning the cart, we ask that guests empty trash in the trash bins provided
The staff will sanitize each golf cart following play
We deeply appreciate your business and ask for your patience and understanding as we navigate through this unique situation. In order to get through this, we all need to work together to adapt and overcome.
Emerald Links was the first addition to the Patterson Family golf courses. Our other two courses are Anderson Links (Ottawa) and Cloverdale (Winchester).
Emerald Links was first opened in 1990 with 18 holes. The clubhouse, featuring multiple meeting rooms, a full restaurant, the proshop, was opened soon after.
We have since added a new nine-hole course in 2002 and golfers now have the choice of playing a combination of these nines.
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