Current Playing Directions & Covid-19 Guidelines

Ganton Golf Club

Covid-19 Operational Guidance from
24th February 2022

Should I visit the Club?

We believe that Club provides a safe environment; however it remains important to follow government guidelines to protect all members, guests and staff;-

People who test positive for COVID-19 should continue to stay at home and avoid contact with other people.

Hand Sanitiser

The practice of sanitising hands to stop the spread of germs remains good practice.

It is recommended that all golfers carry a small personal bottle of hand sanitiser.

Hand sanitiser stations will be available in the Club House and toilets.

Temperature Checks

The devices previously arranged at entry points to the Clubhouse for personal temperature checks will remain available for all to use.

Social Distancing

Remains a good practice in all areas of the Club.

Wearing Masks

While not mandatory, many may wish to continue this practice.

All patrons are asked to respect the individual choice of members, visitors & staff who may wish to continue to wear face coverings.

Clubhouse

Changing areas & Toilets

Are open as normal (including shower areas)

Clubs House Rooms

We will continue to ventilate all rooms

Doors will be propped open to reduce ‘touch points’

Bar

The bar is open, and members and guests may visit the bar area to order drinks. It is no longer a law, that you must be seated to drink.

Catering

The kitchen is open and food can be ordered via our Catering Team, or the telephones which are available in all lounges.

The Pro shop

The shop is open as normal.

The practice pitching/putting green are open without restriction. 

Golf Course Set-Up

Ball Washers, Drinking Fountain, Bunker Rakes, Flagsticks & on course toilets are all now in use.

It is recommended players carry a sanitising method to clean hands before/after use.

Bunker Play

Golfers MUST play the ball as it lies.

Rakes have been returned to the golf course, and it is important that ALL golfers revert back to normal practice, and rake the bunker after use.

Flagsticks

Can now be removed if required, however under the rules of golf, you can still leave the pin in the hole while putting (no penalty).

Waste bins

Have been returned on teeing areas.

Toilets on the course

Open as normal 

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