With any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Carolinas PGA Staff or any member of our Board of Directors. If you have a best practice at your facility that you would like to share, please send to Director of Marketing, Sally Morgan.
AJ Gerlach, PGA, Head Professional at Moss Creek Golf Club, took the initiative and created his own device to remove the ball from the cup. He shared that information on his YouTube channel, so other Pros and Clubs could possibly implement it as well.
Bob is here to launch this SCORE initiative and share best practices and ways you can find resources during this challenging time.
Chris share with us an easy way to determine and ensure you are 6′ away from people around you at the golf course.
Josh shares engagement strategies they are instituting with their members to partner with them to keep everyone safe and compliant.
Paige shares a few best practices to keep you safe during this time.
Jeff shares how he has his range set up during this time to keep staff and players safe.
Tom shares with how he uses bleach to sanitize his golf balls at his driving range.
Director of Golf, Bud Taylor shares with us a best practice on ensuring you are at least 6 feet away from others on the course.
Josh shares various best practices he has seen over the last few weeks and encourages safe compliance and utilization of resources provided by the CPGA and other associations.
Ben shares with us best practices for collecting payment at your facility.
Jim shares how they have their staging area set up and shows us the sanitation procedure for their Clicgear push-carts.
Matt shares with us how they sanitize their golf cars on a daily basis.
Marshall shares how they are sanitizing their golf cars at River Landing to keep players safe but also keeping staff safe during the process.
Robb has shared a video the staff at Lonnie Pool created to showcase some tools they are utilizing to stay safe and compliant.
Dan shares various best practices he is using at Sea Scape Golf Links from signage when golfers arrive with reminders, properly spaced out golf cars in the staging area, and single riders throughout rounds.
David shares some resources for teaching professionals to use to maintain a safe teaching operation during this time.