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 Tsawwassen Springs Golf Course will be operating under the follow regulations in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.  Our #1 concern is the wellbeing of our staff and patrons.

  • No pull carts, please bring your own if required
  • No power carts
  • No rental clubs
  • 1 customer in the Pro Shop at a time, wait in line outside the Pro Shop at the specified area marked for social distancing
  • No cash
  • The Pro Shop will have nonalcoholic beverages and snacks to purchase
  • We are providing staff with full hygienic support – gloves/masks/sanitizer
  • Screening all staff daily to monitor their health
  • Increased intervals between tee times
  • Increased sanitization of washrooms
  • Driving Range, Putting Green and Chipping Green closed
  • Removal of all ball washers and bunker rakes
  • Flipping the cups upside down so that golfers do not reach into the cups to pick out their ball
  • Increased marshalling of golfers to ensure social distancing guidelines are followed


Our expectations for our guests are as follows, if not adhered to they will be escorted off the property:

  • Stay home if you have travelled outside the country in the last 14 days
  • Stay home if you or anyone in your household have any symptoms of COVID-19
  • Practice coughing and sneezing etiquette into your arm
  • Wash your hands as often as possible at our facility
  • Practice Social Distancing at all times by staying a minimum of 6 feet away from other people
  • Do not touch the flagstick
  • No contact celebrations or shaking of hands
  • Arrive 15 minutes before your tee time and kindly leave immediately following your round
  • No outside alcohol allowed on site including the golf course, zero tolerance of tailgating post round

Same booking protocol in effect: download the app, visit our website, or call 604-948-4653.

We’ll review the above protocols and restrictions regularly, and if all is going well, we hope to gradually add more services back into operations, if they can be managed safely.

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