WAYNE – Board of directors and management at the Wayne Country Club (WCC) are taking a number of precautions to stay compliant with the safety mandates put in place through Governor Pete Ricketts.
According to a release from the Wayne Area Economic Development, the Wayne Country Club remains open for play.
The WCC invites all to enjoy the game of golf but to make sure to follow their guidelines.
No seating will be allowed inside the clubhouse before, during or after the round of golf. Purchasing may be made in the clubhouse but patrons will then have to exit the clubhouse right after. Also, at the completion of the round, golfers must exit the premise.
Only one golfer is allowed per cart at all times, excluding family members, as no passengers are allowed at any time. Groups must be limited to five or less, make sure to leave the flagstick in at all times, use the bucket of bleach/water by the rental cart area to wipe down the cart before and after golfing and follow the social distancing guidelines (six-feet) between all partners during golf.
Any person who is in violation of the rules needs to be reported to the manager immediately. The golf course will continue to remain open for play if everyone continues to abide by the rules put in place through this crisis.
Contact the Wayne Country Club at 402-375-1152, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit waynecountryclub.org for more information.