Continue safety measures implemented in 2020
There’s no telling what the next six months will bring us, before we open up the links again in 2021. All we know is that golf courses may very well need to continue existing measures and maintain clubhouse policies as they stand now. The good news is, courses have had a full season to get used to these measures.
Ensure that hand sanitizing stations are available throughout the clubhouse, encourage members and guests to book tee times in advance and ensure you’re stocked up on PPE for your staff. Preparing throughout the offseason will leave you ready for 2021, no matter what the situation is at that point.
Repair and replace equipment early
Checking all equipment when preparing to close up, be it golf carts, ball washers, bug spray dispensers, etc.. will help you avoid scrambling in the early spring, when you’re gearing to open up.
Ensure inventory is well stocked
Ordering from your supplier(s) earlier will ensure that any and all products will arrive on time. Whether your pro shop needs balls, cups, tees, clubs, or other equipment, getting orders in early will ensure you’re well stocked and ready to welcome back golfers on the day that you open.
Training with GGGolf
GGGolf is prepared to help course operators adapt to new practices, including in-depth training sessions for course employees. Course staff can attend these sessions and become experts on the GGGolf system. The benefits that come with this include managing tee times more efficiently, helping reduce the length of rounds, and ensure an excellent membership experience.
Reach out to the team at email@example.com to learn more about GGGolf’s comprehensive training sessions.