Playing it SAFE
Adobe Creek National Golf Course is open with a number of provisions to protect the safety of our customers, employees, and most importantly our community.
We believe golf can be played at a safe social distance outdoors and that it affords social, spiritual, and mental health benefits that are vital to the wellbeing of golfers and/or hackers alike. As we are committed to safety, we have a plan in place that would allow players play golf with as little contact as possible while adhering to all guidelines set forth by the CDC and Department of Health. Last Updated March 2021
COVID-19 Precautions to keep GOLFING SAFE
To provide proper spacing and pace on the golf course, we are requiring an advanced tee time for all golfers. Additionally, we need contact information for all players - name, email, phone.
Don't Play if You're Sick
If you're experiencing cold or flu symptoms, have a fever, or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, please stay home and protect your playing partners.
Maintain Space with Your Group
High fives and handshakes are normally encouraged, but for now, please keep your space from playing partners. Stay at least 6 feet away at tee boxes and greens.
Masks Required Indoors
For your protection, all Adobe Creek staff and guests will be masked while indoors.
Play it Safe
Golf has proven to be a low-risk activity and we're glad to be a part of your enjoyment. Please book your tee times online and read up on COVID-19 precautions in advance of your visit.
Book a Tee Time
Single Rider Carts We offer single rider carts to those requiring additional health precautions. There is an additional $5 wear and tear fee for individual cart use.