Use this checklist as guidance to hosting a safe golf event at your facility.CLICK HERE
Download the Back2Golf Social Distancing GuidelinesClick Here
List of vendors providing PPE, Sanitizing Supplies, Signage Services and other useful materials for operating your facility during COVID-19 pandemic.Click to View
Up to date NEPGA Section & Chapter event status during the COVID-19 pandemic.NEPGA Event Status
A comprehensive breakdown of procedures and protocols for opening and operating your facility during the COVID-19 pandemic to be used in conjunction with your state guidelines.Click Here for Full Document
A place for Professionals to post and share information & best practices regarding their golf operations to assist other Professionals through the COVID-19 pandemic. Password to access is located on the Professionals Only page of nepga.com.Click Here to Visit Message Board
Download this image and insert your facility logo where the NEPGA Logo is for a customized poster, social graphic, digital image, etc. for use in communicating to your golfers. When image opens in your browser, right click and Save As. Place a .png image with clear background in the lower right for cleanest presentation.Click Here for Image
This Jani-King video details how to properly disinfect a golf cart. Click below to watch.WATCH
Click below for detailed information on proper way to disinfect your golf carts, and to ensure safety for your staff and members while doing so and using carts.Click for Information
Watch the complete webinar presented by Jen Pinkham of Phifer Pinkham, LLC and Jeff Bastien of Rogers GrayWATCH
As presented by Jen Pinkham of Phifer Pinkham, LLC and Jeff Bastien of Rogers GrayClick Here
The Golf Emergency Relief Fund provides short-term financial assistance to certain workers in the golf industry that are the backbone of our sport and facing significant financial hardship including those suffering as a result of COVID-19. Click below to learn more and apply or donate.Emergency Golf Relief Fund
Will you be ready for post-COVID golf operations when the time comes? This New England PGA Town Hall is all about post-COVID planning for golf in New England. PGA of America Secretary John Lindert joins to add perspective from the national level.WATCH
Golf courses & Driving Ranges open WITH RESTRICTIONS. Restrooms at golf facilities may open. Out of Stater must quarantine 14-days before playing golf.
JUNE 19 UPDATE: Members of a single household may share a golf cart. Carts may be shared across households as long as each rider wears a face covering for the duration. The driver should remain the driver for the use of the rental.
Golf courses will be open in Vermont under the guidelines outlined in the link below.
Effective June 8th, Vermonters and residents of other states may travel between Vermont and counties across New England and New York that have a similar active COVID-19 caseload to Vermont (any county with less than 400 active cases of COVID-19 per one million residents) and return without quarantining if they do so in a personal vehicle.
New golf guidelines issued June 5. Highlights include: Golf open to general public regardless of residency; halfway houses may be open; 10-minute tee time intervals; on-course set-up (flagsticks, bunker rakes, etc.) may return to normal.DETAILS
JULY 6 UPDATE: Golf enters Phase III guidance. Some updates include no minimum time between tee times (spacing must allow for social distancing), shotgun starts are allowed, caddies and bag handlers are allowed.
COVID-19 Travel Order: Effective August 1, 2020, all visitors and returning residents entering Massachusetts must follow new travel orders. Use the link below for complete details.
UPDATED JULY 3: Phase III guidance. Dual cart riders are now permitted for all players. When players are from different households they must designate one person the driver and both wear face coverings while riding together. CLICK BELOW FOR COMPLETE GUIDANCE.Click Here for Phase III guidelines as of July 3