COVID-19 Protocols

Updated April 23 2021
COVID 19 UpdatesAs a business operator our priority is the well being and safety of our Members, Guests and Employees during this viral outbreak. Until this is behind us, we can expect many conversations and changing procedures. We continue to monitor the evolving global, federal and provincial public health situation around COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and commit to follow the latest directions provided to us by the relevant authorities. There are no limits as to the precautions that can be taken, however, with the information available we will endeavor to provide the safest environment possible for us to deliver a golf experience that adheres to our government and health regulators.

GolfBC courses are taking certain measures to help prevent the possible spread of the virus. To support the efforts of the individual, we have implemented certain strategies that include:

Guest Protocols
It is imperative that Members and Guests abide by the protocols below as failure to do so will result in the individual(s) being removed from the facility. We must all become socially responsible for our actions and behavior so golf can remain open for the enjoyment of all, through these challenging times.

Any players without symptoms of COVID-19 are currently permitted to play golf if they adhere to the following protocols:

Booking Procedures & Services
Additional protocols may be in place at specific facilities; please visit the GolfBC golf course website ahead of your visit for any course-specific instructions, and follow all posted signage.

It is imperative that our Guests abide by the above protocols as failure to do so will result in the individual(s) being removed from the facility. We must all become socially responsible for our actions and behaviour so golf can remain open for the enjoyment of all, through these challenging times.

Online Resources:
For further detailed information including self-isolation CLICK HERE.
For self assessing your own health CLICK HERE.

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