Golf Course Update

Update as to where we currently stand related to COVID 19 at Tsawwassen Springs Golf Course

First off we want to thank our loyal customers for your considerable effort to help us maintain a safe environment for players and staff, adhering to our various protocols we have set up since we re-opened on May 1st.

At this time we thought it would be a good time to give a quick synopsis of what is happening as of July 1st.

On the golf course we continue to have many safety measures in place regarding commonly touched items such as no rakes, no touching of the flagstick, no ball washers or benches, the putting green and chipping area remain closed.  Pull carts are still not available, power carts can be rented double occupancy if you are living in the same household or on a single rider basis until 4pm daily.  We will be sticking with our current booking policy and 12 minute intervals between tee times through the month of July.  At the range our brand new mats are spaced over 8 feet apart center to center, we have a used basket bin so that after every use they are sanitized, and a system set up whereby you do not need to touch the screen at the servant.

The Pro Shop Retail is OPEN, lots of new gear for 2020, if you bought a Springs Card don’t forget to use your $50 merchandise voucher!  At this time you cannot try anything on, but we do have a 30 day return policy if something doesn’t fit.

We are now offering lessons provided by PGA of Canada instructors Andy Garcia, Matthew Steger and Danny Long, please visit our website for contact information and rates.  Unfortunately, in all likelihood, large camps for kids will not be offered this summer.

The golf course is continuing to book up extremely quickly so please try and plan your golf game 7 days in advance for your best opportunity to get the tee time you desire.

Look forward to seeing everyone golfing or working on their game at our facility!

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