Covid-19 Update – Course is still open
See our digital covid-19 golf guide here with our current policies in place here: PDF Golf Guide – Covid-19
In response to the Canadian Government’s latest announcement concerning the Covid-19 virus, management at Guildford Golf & Country Club would like to take this opportunity to inform all of our customers, clients and stakeholders of the preventative measures we currently have in place. The following policies have been implemented in accordance to the recommendations provided by our Provincial and Federal health organizations:
-All sanitizing stations have been fully stocked and will be continually replenished
-Additional cleaning services have been hired to clean and sanitize high traffic areas throughout the facility (scheduled throughout the day, every day until further notice)
-Prevention guidelines from the Public Health Agency of Canada have been posted throughout the facility to promote proper sanitization techniques
-All employees have been instructed to use proper sanitizing techniques throughout their entire shift
-All employee travel outside of Canada is suspended until further notice
-All employees who show signs of any illness will be sent home and will not return to work until fully recovered
Our management team will continue to monitor the situation and update our policies accordingly. We would like to thank everyone for your understanding during these unique circumstances.
May 22nd: Restaurant and patio reopened with limited capacity and reduced menu options. Our team has worked diligently to create a safe environment that follows the reopening measures provided by our Federal and Provincial governments. For more details, contact our Food/Beverage & Sales Manager, Janette Richardson via email: Janette@guidlfordgolf.com
May 5th: Single rider power carts are now available. Call the Pro Shop in advance to reserve your power cart. Limited supply, first come/reserved first serve basis.
March 25th: Golfers are asked to arrive at the course no earlier than 20 minutes before their tee time in order to limit the amount of time onsite.
March 23rd: Course is open – power carts available for single riders with ongoing medical issues / injuries only. All ball washers and rakes removed from course. Holes have been lifted an inch above the ground to eliminate touch point.
March 22nd: Food & beverage is closed until further notice. Drinks and snacks will be available in the Pro Shop.
March 20th: Course is open – only two people will be allowed to check in at a time in the Pro Shop. Payment area is restricted by tape to promote appropriate social distancing.
March 18th: Tap feature on credit and debit cards will be the only accepted payments.