As we open our doors, the health and safety of our Members, Guests and Employee Partners remains our top priority. We are excited to responsibly bring meetings and events back together, and have outlined our approach to safe service at the Club.
Your health and safety remains our top priority
The following is an overview of our commitment to an even higher standard of cleanliness and protocols within our operations. This represents ClubCorp’s National Standards and Protocols. All local and state guidelines will be followed, so specific procedures may vary from the guidelines below. The steps we’re taking on sanitizing, social distancing and Employee training and preparation are critical to our efforts to take care of our Employees, Members & Guests, and provide a place for you to meet and host. We know for this to be successful we must do it together, and we ask you to help us by following the guidelines that apply to you and your guests as well. We will continue to adjust our business practices as needed and ask for your patience and cooperation during this ever-changing process.
Entering/Exiting the Building
Inside the Club
Event Room Setup & Cleanliness
Event Room Service & Standards
Event Room Amenities
Guided by the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and the local state and government mandates the Club will continue to update and implement procedures as necessary.
Q: How many guests can you fit at a table?
A: Our standard round tables are 60" in diameter, so no more than eight guests from the same household or requesting parties per table.
Q: Do I need to assign my guests to tables?
A: Yes, with assignments based upon same households or requesting parties.
Q: Are my guests and I required to wear masks?
A: While not required, we highly recommend and encourage that you and your guests wear masks when indoors or within close proximity to others, per CDC guidelines.
Q: How close will tables be set?
A: In following CDC guidelines, all round tables will be set with a minimum of 10 feet of space between each table, allowing for 6 feet of separation between the backs of chairs, whereas classroom or theater seating will be set with 6 feet of space between rows.
Q: Can I share this document with my guests and attendees if they ask me what you're doing to ensure sanitation and safety protocols?
A: We'd love for you to share with your attendees!