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Dear fellow members
This latest update of policies at Copper Hill Country Club with respect to the quickly changing COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. These policies are subject to change and are effective through at least April 15, 2020. Currently, we anticipate reviewing our policies weekly, or sooner, based upon updated information regarding the pandemic and we will keep the membership informed of any changes.
These decisions were made today with the input and agreement of our management team, and with an awareness of the policies and practices that other New Jersey clubs and municipal golf facilities are adopting.
The goal of these policies is to allow members to utilize the golf course, without allowing excessive access to the Clubhouse, while providing limited food and beverage offerings as permitted by state-wide restrictions.
These policies will require the strong support of our members and will be subject to change at any time if we are not able to manage our operation in accordance with the practices laid out by health advisories or governmental mandates.
All organized golf and social events through April 15 will be postponed and we will re-evaluate the subsequent schedule in the weeks to come.
Beginning Wednesday, March 18, the golf course will be open for play during normal hours, subject to weather conditions. Check the course conditions hot line each morning to confirm the opening time. The course will close at 5 PM. The following policies will be in effect:
• Carts will be available for single riders only except for family members. Push carts will also be available. All carts will be sanitized following each round.
• All players are asked to maintain social distancing while playing, including refraining from close contact and handshakes.
• Ball washers, water coolers, snack stands will not be available.
• Rakes have been removed from the bunkers. Please do your best to smooth out with your feet. Flagsticks will remain on the greens, we ask that they remain in the hole and not be touched. The bathroom on 15 will remain closed.
• The front range will remain open
• Tee times will be required on Saturdays and Sundays from opening tee times through 11 AM in order to avoid members congregating on early weekend mornings. You are asked to call the pro shop with requests up to 7 days in advance.
• The Pro Shop will be closed to all members, however, you may place merchandise orders with the PGA staff who will hand-deliver those items to you.
All golf events are postponed through at least April 15th including the Out of Bounders league. The Men’s Seniors and the Ladies 9 and 18 holers are planned to open on time. The only change is that these groups will have mandated tee times set by their respective league coordinators the prior day to avoid large groups waiting to start.
The Clubhouse and outdoor patio are strictly closed to all members, except for the lower-level hallway restrooms:
• Members are not permitted to enter the Pro Shop, Restaurant and Bar at any time.
• The locker rooms are not to be used except to retrieve articles from your lockers prior to Sunday, the 22nd. After that, they will be off-limits.
• We anticipate the full cooperation of the Members in order to make this possible.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICES:
In accordance with state mandates, the restaurant and bar itself will be closed to all members and sit-down dining will not be permitted anywhere in the facility.
• A take-out menu will be offered for purchase from 11:30 AM till 3PM (see attached menu).
• To-go breakfast sandwiches will be available on Saturday and Sunday until 11AM.
• These items can be ordered by text or phone call, with a 30-minute window for delivery at either the rear door on the patio or at a transfer station at the entrance to the restaurant.
• These to-go items may be consumed on the course or take home. No facilities surrounding the clubhouse will be open for dining under any circumstances.
• Bottled and canned beer, canned soda, or bottled water will be available for purchase. No fountain service or other beverages will be available.
We are also prepared to offer a take-out dinner menu for Thursday, Friday and Saturday based on a limited menu that will be published by Thursday morning. Orders must be placed prior to 2PM for pickup until 6:30PM. We will re-evaluate this offering based on member participation and encourage your input and feedback of how we can improve this option.
These are trying and uncertain times for all of us. A Club has an important responsibility to look after its members. You can rest assured we are focused on this goal to ensure a healthy environment. And we need your support and commitment to follow safe preventative practices. Please let us know if you have any concerns about your health or the actions we are taking. We will stay connected with you as we monitor developments of this significant healthcare and social challenge.
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In these uncertain times, we ask that all our members adhere to the following guidelines on the course to keep our community safe while enjoying a beautiful round of golf @copperhillcc
-Stay 6 feet away from any player at all times
-No shared clubs
-Keep the flagstick in
-Wash or sanitize your hands at every opportunity
-Elbow bumps, shoe taps, or a namaste bow should take place of handshakes on the 18th green
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