Cassville readies to tee off
Golf course plans to welcome public on May 4
Cassville area golfers will soon be able to scratch the itch to hit the greens locally, as the Cassville Golf Course has announced plans to reopen to the public on May 4.
The course has already welcomed back its members with motorized carts on Saturday.
While the course will be back to full-service, there are some restrictions that have been instituted to fight the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
The hours of operation will be daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with the last cart needing to be returned to the Pro Shop by 7:30 p.m. for cleaning and disinfecting.
The shop will be open, but with restricted access, serving members through the south window.
The shop will be managing carts and selling sundries.
Additionally, the course will only have two restrooms available, just within the front double doors. All other areas of the Clubhouse will be closed. All on course restrooms will remain closed.
The driving range will be open to no more than four players at one time.
The course will still observe the Centers for Disease Control guidelines and asks the following of its players:
• Maintain a six-foot social distance between players.
• No groups of 10 or greater at anytime, anywhere on the facility.
• If a player has a fever, cough, runny nose, sore throat, or any symptoms of COVID-19, they are asked to remain at home.
• Keep hand sanitizer or disinfecting wipes in a bag, or in the cart, and use them regularly.
• Wash your hands when possible.
The directors and management are asking for the following:
• Please arrive ready to play.
• Please do not congregate at anytime.
• Please do not play games that will require to rejoin and settle up.
• Please one rider per cart, unless immediate family.
• Please return carts to designated area for cleaning and sanitation.
• Please be patient with staff in the Pro Shop. There will be a few extra steps during this time.
Because of the time of year, and due to the threat of lightning, from time to time, the course may temporarily close the course and ask members to return to their vehicles, as they do not want people congregating under the awning or in the barns.