Friday, June 26th, 2020

As the number of new COVID-19 cases in our state and region continue to rise we are seeing many restaurants and private clubs in our area close and/or adjust operations in order to help mitigate the spread of the virus.  Recently we implemented additional precautionary measures and more precautionary measures will be implemented next week that will impact members, guests, and employees.  It is important that we all do our part and recognize that we are indeed in this together.
 
NEW POLICY FOR MEMBERS, GUESTS, AND EMPLOYEES: MASKS REQUIRED
Effective Wednesday, July 1 members, guests, and employees will be required to wear a mask in all indoor spaces, including the Island House, Seabrook Shoppe, Osprey CafĂ©, Racquet Club, and Equestrian Office. We will provide masks, to the best of our ability, at each location, but having a mask is ultimately the responsibility of the individual.  Masks are not required at dining venues or at outdoor recreation areas.
 
Racquet Club
  • Pro shop will remain closed and is currently scheduled to re-open on Monday, June 29.
  • Lessons and clinics are currently unavailable and are scheduled to return on Monday, June 29.
  • Courts are open for play and may be reserved by calling the Racquet Club.
 
Golf
  • REINSTITUTING SINGLE RIDER CARTS: Single rider carts will be mandatory, unless riders are from the same household, effective Wednesday, July 1.
  • REINSTITUTING NO BAG STORAGE: Golf bag storage will be suspended. Please keep your golf bag with you the next time you play.
 
All Other Club Venues
  • We will continue to practice the precautionary measures already implemented in all other areas, including the use of PPE, additional sanitation, and social distancing.
  • Daily temperature checks of employees have been a practice with our Pelican's Nest and Beach Club staff, and will be extended to all employees as soon as possible. A sticker will indicate that the employee has passed the temperature screening.  This should be in place club-wide within 10 business days.
 
The safety and well-being of our members, guests, and employees continues to be our top priority.  However, it is up to each of us to make decisions that best suit our personal preferences and comfortable level of risk. Please be patient and kind with one another as we navigate these challenging times together.
 
  Caleb Elledge, CCM, PGA