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Executive Order 2020-110 Rescinds Executive Orders 2020-69 and 2020-96

Executive Order 2020-110 Rescinds Executive Orders 2020-69 and 2020-96

June 01, 2020

Executive Order 2020-110 Rescinds Executive Orders 2020-69 and 2020-96 How this applies to golf operations: Restaurants Alcohol sales may begin 

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Apply for Phase 2 of the Golf Emergency Relief Program

Apply for Phase 2 of the Golf Emergency Relief Program

May 27, 2020

As of Wednesday, May 27th, eligible workers in the golf industry, including PGA Professionals, can apply for the second phase of the Golf Emergency

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Crystal Mountain Making Plans to Host 2020 Michigan Women’s Open

Crystal Mountain Making Plans to Host 2020 Michigan Women’s Open

May 27, 2020

Sponsoring host Crystal Mountain Resort is offering a special 50% reduced lodging rate for players, and tournament play and spectator precautions have

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Executive Order 2020-110 Rescinds Executive Orders 2020-69 and 2020-96.

Golf Clarifications for Michigan Golf Operations include:

-Restaurants
-Golf Carts
-Gatherings
-Retail
-Instruction

Click here to read the full article: http://ow.ly/oEUM50zW3qr

Registration for the 2020 Michigan PGA Women's Open is limited to the first 78 golfers entered to help manage safety amid COVID-19.

The field will play 54 holes of stroke play over 3 days to determine a champ.

Read the full article & REGISTER NOW! http://ow.ly/A0oQ50zRNqk

Applications for Phase 2 of the Golf Emergency Relief Fund are now open! The relief fund is limited and will be dispersed as applications are approved on a rolling basis. Apply today!

http://ow.ly/412i50zRtP4

Read the latest golf clarifications for Executive Orders 2020-91 & 2020-92 for Regions 6 & 8 here: https://michiganpga.com/news/golf-clarifications-for-executive-orders-2020-91-2020-92-for-regions-6-8/

Registration is now open for the eight rescheduled qualifiers for the 2020 Turtle Creek Casino Michigan Open Championship! Don't miss out on our largest purse ever-estimated at over $115K!

Read the full article and register NOW! https://bit.ly/MIOpenQual

FAQ released for Executive Order 2020-77-
Click here to read the FAQ, operational resources and answers: https://michiganpga.com/news/faq-executive-order-2020-77/

The Michigan Golf Alliance has confirmed with the Office of the Governor that Executive Order 2020-77 applies to golf operations in ways including but not limited to the following:

-Golf carts are permitted with social distancing.
Read more: https://michiganpga.com/news/2778/

NEW GOLF UPDATE!-Executive Order 2020-59 FAQ
Are golf courses open? Are carts allowed? Your answers are here: http://michiganpgagolf.com/covid-19/

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17 hours ago

Michigan PGA

Executive Order 2020-110 Rescinds Executive Orders 2020-69 and 2020-96.

Golf Clarifications for Michigan Golf Operations include:

-Restaurants
-Golf Carts
-Gatherings
-Retail
-Instruction

Click here to read the full article: michiganpga.com/news/executive-order-2020-110-rescinds-executive-orders-2020-69-and-2020-96/
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Executive Order 2020-110 Rescinds Executive Orders 2020-69 and 2020-96.

Golf Clarifications for Michigan Golf Operations include:

-Restaurants
-Golf Carts
-Gatherings
-Retail
-Instruction

Click here to read the full article: https://michiganpga.com/news/executive-order-2020-110-rescinds-executive-orders-2020-69-and-2020-96/

6 days ago

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Crystal Mountain Plans Special Housing Rates, Precautions for Michigan PGA Women’s Open

Sponsoring host Crystal Mountain Resort is offering a special 50% reduced lodging rate for players, and tournament play and spectator precautions have been put in place in light of COVID-19 concerns for the 27th Michigan PGA Women’s Open Championship scheduled for June 29-July 1.

The field is being limited to the first 78 golfers entered to help manage safety for all involved, and the entry deadline is Monday, June 22 at 5 p.m. Players can visit mipga.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/mipga20/event/mipga2017/index.htm to register.

The championship does not require Michigan residency. For years, including 17 consecutive years at Crystal Mountain, it has featured an international field including Michigan teaching professionals, LPGA, Symetra Tour, and mini-tour professionals as well as top amateurs representing multiple states.

The field will play 54 holes of stroke play over three days to determine a champion. With the limited field there will not be a 36-hole cut. All 78 golfers will play each of the three rounds and the professionals will play for a share of a purse yet to be determined. A pro-am event traditionally presented by Crystal Mountain before the championship has been cancelled for this year.

The championship, as in the past, will be administered by the Michigan Section of the PGA of America.

“Since COVID-19 precautions will not allow us to have residents of the Crystal Mountain community serve as housing hosts for the traveling tournament players like in the past, Crystal Mountain Resort has put together 50 percent off lodging rates for the players on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights of the championship,” Justin Phillips, the PGA’s tournament director, said.

“The resort has stepped up to make it possible for us to have the championship this year, and we have worked with them to develop plans to make it work safely and successfully for everyone.”

Phillips said among the precautions put in place to comply with CDC, state and federal guidelines will be the use of individual carts for each of the players. Also, one volunteer at each hole will be assigned flagstick duties to limit shared touch points, and players will be asked to help via cellphone technology with live scoring to cut down on the number of volunteers involved.

Also, spectator carts will not be allowed during the championship, and the tournament will not be providing spectator shuttle carts to various points on the course as it has in the past. Phillips said spectators will be allowed to walk with groups provided they practice social distancing.

“It’s going to take some teamwork by everybody, and Crystal Mountain has demonstrated they want to work with us to make it a great championship,” Phillips said. “Crystal Mountain wants to encourage players and families to come to the resort for the tournament and feel safe and secure at the same time.”

Greg Babinec, the director of golf for Crystal Mountain Resort, said the resort is excited to host the Michigan PGA Women’s Open for the 18th time on the Mountain Ridge course amid a challenging year.

“While the course and setup will be similar to past events, there are a number of precautions in place that will keep both players and spectators safe while enjoying the tournament” he said. “We have added a number of procedures in our cleaning and disinfecting protocols, including using CDC approved cleaners on all carts before and after each cart is used.”

Babinec said the practice range usage will be limited to 10 players at any one time and putting greens will have limits to allow for proper distancing. Carts have partitions and a bunker rake will be provided on each cart to prevent shared touch points.

“We look forward to another successful event and to seeing all of the great play that occurs each year in determining a very deserving champion,” he said.

Anika Dy of Traverse City, a Crystal Mountain cart lot attendant and University of Michigan golfer, has entered with plans to defend her championship. She posted a five-shot win last summer with a final round 4-under 68. She was just the second amateur in tournament history to win and was the youngest winner at age 17.

Crystal Mountain Resort was established in 1956, and is a family-owned, four-season resort that is nationally recognized for its skiing, golf, and award-winning spa.

Located in northwest-lower-Michigan, a short drive from Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, the resort features downhill and cross-country skiing, Michigan Legacy Art Park, 36 holes of championship golf, Michigan’s only alpine slide, an outdoor water playground, a variety of lodging and dining options, countless year-round activities and kids programs, an IACC-approved conference center, weddings, real estate and Crystal Spa. See crystalmountain.com.

REGISTER NOW! mipga.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/mipga20/event/mipga2017/index.htm

For more information contact Justin Phillips, Director of Tournament Operations, and available at 517-641-6041 or jphillips@michiganpga.com.
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Crystal Mountain Plans Special Housing Rates, Precautions for Michigan PGA Women’s Open

Sponsoring host Crystal Mountain Resort is offering a special 50% reduced lodging rate for players, and tournament play and spectator precautions have been put in place in light of COVID-19 concerns for the 27th Michigan PGA Women’s Open Championship scheduled for June 29-July 1.

The field is being limited to the first 78 golfers entered to help manage safety for all involved, and the entry deadline is Monday, June 22 at 5 p.m. Players can visit https://mipga.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/mipga20/event/mipga2017/index.htm to register.

The championship does not require Michigan residency. For years, including 17 consecutive years at Crystal Mountain, it has featured an international field including Michigan teaching professionals, LPGA, Symetra Tour, and mini-tour professionals as well as top amateurs representing multiple states.

The field will play 54 holes of stroke play over three days to determine a champion. With the limited field there will not be a 36-hole cut. All 78 golfers will play each of the three rounds and the professionals will play for a share of a purse yet to be determined. A pro-am event traditionally presented by Crystal Mountain before the championship has been cancelled for this year.

The championship, as in the past, will be administered by the Michigan Section of the PGA of America.

“Since COVID-19 precautions will not allow us to have residents of the Crystal Mountain community serve as housing hosts for the traveling tournament players like in the past, Crystal Mountain Resort has put together 50 percent off lodging rates for the players on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights of the championship,” Justin Phillips, the PGA’s tournament director, said.

“The resort has stepped up to make it possible for us to have the championship this year, and we have worked with them to develop plans to make it work safely and successfully for everyone.”

Phillips said among the precautions put in place to comply with CDC, state and federal guidelines will be the use of individual carts for each of the players. Also, one volunteer at each hole will be assigned flagstick duties to limit shared touch points, and players will be asked to help via cellphone technology with live scoring to cut down on the number of volunteers involved.

Also, spectator carts will not be allowed during the championship, and the tournament will not be providing spectator shuttle carts to various points on the course as it has in the past. Phillips said spectators will be allowed to walk with groups provided they practice social distancing.

“It’s going to take some teamwork by everybody, and Crystal Mountain has demonstrated they want to work with us to make it a great championship,” Phillips said. “Crystal Mountain wants to encourage players and families to come to the resort for the tournament and feel safe and secure at the same time.”

Greg Babinec, the director of golf for Crystal Mountain Resort, said the resort is excited to host the Michigan PGA Women’s Open for the 18th time on the Mountain Ridge course amid a challenging year.

“While the course and setup will be similar to past events, there are a number of precautions in place that will keep both players and spectators safe while enjoying the tournament” he said. “We have added a number of procedures in our cleaning and disinfecting protocols, including using CDC approved cleaners on all carts before and after each cart is used.”

Babinec said the practice range usage will be limited to 10 players at any one time and putting greens will have limits to allow for proper distancing. Carts have partitions and a bunker rake will be provided on each cart to prevent shared touch points.

“We look forward to another successful event and to seeing all of the great play that occurs each year in determining a very deserving champion,” he said.

Anika Dy of Traverse City, a Crystal Mountain cart lot attendant and University of Michigan golfer, has entered with plans to defend her championship. She posted a five-shot win last summer with a final round 4-under 68. She was just the second amateur in tournament history to win and was the youngest winner at age 17.

Crystal Mountain Resort was established in 1956, and is a family-owned, four-season resort that is nationally recognized for its skiing, golf, and award-winning spa.

Located in northwest-lower-Michigan, a short drive from Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, the resort features downhill and cross-country skiing, Michigan Legacy Art Park, 36 holes of championship golf, Michigan’s only alpine slide, an outdoor water playground, a variety of lodging and dining options, countless year-round activities and kids programs, an IACC-approved conference center, weddings, real estate and Crystal Spa. See crystalmountain.com.

REGISTER NOW! https://mipga.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/mipga20/event/mipga2017/index.htm

For more information contact Justin Phillips, Director of Tournament Operations, and available at 517-641-6041 or jphillips@michiganpga.com.

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6 days ago

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Applications for Phase 2 of the Golf Emergency Relief Fund are now open! The relief fund is limited and will be dispersed as applications are approved on a rolling basis. Apply today!

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Applications for Phase 2 of the Golf Emergency Relief Fund are now open! The relief fund is limited and will be dispersed as applications are approved on a rolling basis. Apply today! 

http://ow.ly/yo6l50zRtP6

2 weeks ago

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Michigan PGA Members spearhead efforts to support the Midland community!

Southeast Michigan's PGA Professionals are gearing up to send aid.

Michigan PGA Members Jordan Young and Brian Cairns have partnered with Southeast Michigan businesses and PGA Members to collect supplies to help the families affected by the flood. They have a goal set to fill two trailers, donated by APAC Paper and CMAC Transportation, with high demand products for the families displaced this past week.

The Michigan PGA and other PGA Members are joining in to help as we mobilize to try and make this happen over the Holiday weekend. "It's time to help! The golf community has been very generous in the past, Midland needs our help NOW!", says Jordan Young, PGA Member.

Mark Laske, APAC Paper, and Scott Christie, CMAC Transportation, didn't hesitate to offer their support as they will help transport the donated goods to Midland. Jordan and Brian hope to use the Holiday weekend to have people drop off needed supplies for those in a flood situation.

High priority is for nonperishable foods, personal hygiene products, blankets, new socks and clothes, gift cards, diapers and cleaning supplies.

Drop Off Location:
Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center
8768 N Territorial Rd, Plymouth, MI 48170
Sunday & Monday from 12pm-6pm

We will continue to collect supplies throughout the week. Drop off times are from 12pm-6pm

Special thanks to: Jordan Young, PGA, Jordan Young Golf, Brian Cairns, PGA, Jeff Goble, PGA, Dan Thomas, PGA, Top50 Junior Tour, APAC Paper, CMAC Transportation and Fox Hills for their help in organizing and kick starting these efforts to help Midland!

For more information on the Midland relief or opportunities to get involved visit reliefmidland.org
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Michigan PGA Members spearhead efforts to support the Midland community!

Southeast Michigans PGA Professionals are gearing up to send aid.

Michigan PGA Members Jordan Young and Brian Cairns have partnered with Southeast Michigan businesses and PGA Members to collect supplies to help the families affected by the flood. They have a goal set to fill two trailers, donated by APAC Paper and CMAC Transportation, with high demand products for the families displaced this past week.  

The Michigan PGA and other PGA Members are joining in to help as we mobilize to try and make this happen over the Holiday weekend. Its time to help! The golf community has been very generous in the past, Midland needs our help NOW!, says Jordan Young, PGA Member. 

Mark Laske, APAC Paper, and Scott Christie, CMAC Transportation, didnt hesitate to offer their support as they will help transport the donated goods to Midland. Jordan and Brian hope to use the Holiday weekend to have people drop off needed supplies for those in a flood situation.

High priority is for nonperishable foods, personal hygiene products, blankets, new socks and clothes, gift cards, diapers and cleaning supplies.

Drop Off Location:
Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center
8768 N Territorial Rd, Plymouth, MI 48170
Sunday & Monday from 12pm-6pm 

We will continue to collect supplies throughout the week. Drop off times are from 12pm-6pm

Special thanks to: Jordan Young, PGA, Jordan Young Golf, Brian Cairns, PGA, Jeff Goble, PGA, Dan Thomas, PGA, Top50 Junior Tour, APAC Paper, CMAC Transportation and Fox Hills for their help in organizing and kick starting these efforts to help Midland!

For more information on the Midland relief or opportunities to get involved visit reliefmidland.org

2 weeks ago

Michigan PGA

The Michigan Golf Alliance confirmed with the Office of the Governor that Executive Orders 2020-91 and 2020-92 apply to golf operations in Regions 6 and 8 as follows:

-Restaurants/grill rooms are allowed to be open at golf courses up to a max of 50% capacity as stated in 2020-91, Section 8.

-Food and beverage, including alcohol, can also be sold for consumption on the golf course.

-Golf Shops can be open for retail as long as they monitor and limit capacity as stated in 2020-91, Section 6.

-Two riders are allowed in a golf cart.

The partial reopening will take effect on Friday, May 22, at 12:01am.

Read the full article here: michiganpga.com/news/golf-clarifications-for-executive-orders-2020-91-2020-92-for-regions-6-8/
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The Michigan Golf Alliance confirmed with the Office of the Governor that Executive Orders 2020-91 and 2020-92 apply to golf operations in Regions 6 and 8 as follows:

-Restaurants/grill rooms are allowed to be open at golf courses up to a max of 50% capacity as stated in 2020-91, Section 8.

-Food and beverage, including alcohol, can also be sold for consumption on the golf course.

-Golf Shops can be open for retail as long as they monitor and limit capacity as stated in 2020-91, Section 6.

-Two riders are allowed in a golf cart.

The partial reopening will take effect on Friday, May 22, at 12:01am. 

Read the full article here: https://michiganpga.com/news/golf-clarifications-for-executive-orders-2020-91-2020-92-for-regions-6-8/

2 weeks ago

Michigan PGA

We are excited to announce that registration is open for all of the reschedule qualifiers for the Turtle Creek Casino Michigan Open Championship ! There are 8 different qualifiers to choose from to hopefully advance to the championship on August 31 - September 4 Grand Traverse Resort and Spa - The Bear. Must be a Michigan resident to enter - please visit www.michiganpga.com for more info and to register. ...

We are excited to announce that registration is open for all of the reschedule qualifiers for the Turtle Creek Casino Michigan Open Championship ! There are 8 different qualifiers to choose from to hopefully advance to the championship on August 31 - September 4  Grand Traverse Resort and Spa  - The Bear.  Must be a Michigan resident to enter - please visit www.michiganpga.com for more info and to register.

3 weeks ago

Michigan PGA

FAQ released for Executive Order 2020-77

Associations in the Michigan Golf Alliance have received specific questions from members about Executive Order 2020-77 asking what the language means for golf operations and where to find best practices and guidelines.

We wish to provide the latest FAQ, operational resources and answers to commonly asked questions. Click here to read the article: michiganpga.com/news/faq-executive-order-2020-77/
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FAQ released for Executive Order 2020-77

Associations in the Michigan Golf Alliance have received specific questions from members about Executive Order 2020-77 asking what the language means for golf operations and where to find best practices and guidelines. 

We wish to provide the latest FAQ, operational resources and answers to commonly asked questions. Click here to read the article: https://michiganpga.com/news/faq-executive-order-2020-77/

3 weeks ago

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CBS Sports to Showcase Scott Wilson!

Tune in at 2pm today as Michigan's Scott Wilson, the 2019 PGA of America Youth Player Development Award Winner, will be featured along with 13 other PGA Professionals in a nationwide one-hour CBS special, “My Golf Journey: A Celebration of PGA Professionals".

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4 weeks ago

Michigan PGA

The Michigan Golf Alliance has confirmed with the Office of the Governor that Executive Order 2020-77 applies to golf operations in ways including but not limited to the following:

-Golf carts are permitted with social distancing.
-Work primarily performed outdoors by individuals such as starters, caddies and golf cart staff is permitted.
-Golf shops may be open for curbside pickup.
-Food and beverage services may be provided to golfers excluding alcohol.
-Food and beverage may not be served for dine-in.

Section 10.e of Executive Order 2020-77 states:

10. For purposes of this order, workers who perform resumed activities are defined as follows:

e) Subject to the enhanced social-distancing rules described in section 11(i) of this order, workers who perform work that is traditionally and primarily performed outdoors, including but not limited to forestry workers, outdoor power equipment technicians, parking enforcement workers, and outdoor workers at places of outdoor recreation not otherwise closed under Executive Order 2020-69 or any order that may follow from it.

Section 11 of the Executive Order requires specific social distancing and mitigation measures:

11. Businesses, operations, and government agencies that remain open for in-person work must, at a minimum:

a) Develop a COVID-19 preparedness and response plan, consistent with recommendations in Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19, developed by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration. Such plan must be available at company headquarters or the worksite.

b) Restrict the number of workers present on premises to no more than is strictly necessary to perform the in-person work permitted under this order.

c) Promote remote work to the fullest extent possible.

d) Keep workers and patrons who are on premises at least six feet from one another to the maximum extent possible.

e) Require masks to be worn when workers cannot consistently maintain six feet of separation from other individuals in the workplace, and consider face shields when workers cannot consistently maintain three feet of separation from other individuals in the workplace.

f) Increase standards of facility cleaning and disinfection to limit worker and patron exposure to COVID-19, as well as adopting protocols to clean and disinfect in the event of a positive COVID-19 case in the workplace.

g) Adopt policies to prevent workers from entering the premises if they display respiratory symptoms or have had contact with a person with a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19.

h) Adopt any other social distancing practices and mitigation measures recommended by the CDC.

i) Businesses or operations whose in-person work is permitted under sections 10(c) through 10(e) of this order must also:

1. Prohibit gatherings of any size in which people cannot maintain six feet of distance from one another.

2. Limit in-person interaction with clients and patrons to the maximum extent possible, and bar any such interaction in which people cannot maintain six feet of distance from one another.

3. Provide personal protective equipment such as gloves, goggles, face shields, and face masks as appropriate for the activity being performed.

4. Adopt protocols to limit the sharing of tools and equipment to the maximum extent possible and to ensure frequent and thorough cleaning and disinfection of tools, equipment, and frequently touched surfaces.

The Alliance continues to recommend golf facilities reach out to their own legal counsel and local authorities for clarification and questions.
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The Michigan Golf Alliance has confirmed with the Office of the Governor that Executive Order 2020-77 applies to golf operations in ways including but not limited to the following:

-Golf carts are permitted with social distancing.
-Work primarily performed outdoors by individuals such as starters, caddies and golf cart staff is permitted.
-Golf shops may be open for curbside pickup.
-Food and beverage services may be provided to golfers excluding alcohol.
-Food and beverage may not be served for dine-in.

Section 10.e of Executive Order 2020-77 states:

10. For purposes of this order, workers who perform resumed activities are defined as follows:

e) Subject to the enhanced social-distancing rules described in section 11(i) of this order, workers who perform work that is traditionally and primarily performed outdoors, including but not limited to forestry workers, outdoor power equipment technicians, parking enforcement workers, and outdoor workers at places of outdoor recreation not otherwise closed under Executive Order 2020-69 or any order that may follow from it.

Section 11 of the Executive Order requires specific social distancing and mitigation measures:

11. Businesses, operations, and government agencies that remain open for in-person work must, at a minimum:

a) Develop a COVID-19 preparedness and response plan, consistent with recommendations in Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19, developed by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration. Such plan must be available at company headquarters or the worksite.

b) Restrict the number of workers present on premises to no more than is strictly necessary to perform the in-person work permitted under this order.

c) Promote remote work to the fullest extent possible.

d) Keep workers and patrons who are on premises at least six feet from one another to the maximum extent possible.

e) Require masks to be worn when workers cannot consistently maintain six feet of separation from other individuals in the workplace, and consider face shields when workers cannot consistently maintain three feet of separation from other individuals in the workplace.

f) Increase standards of facility cleaning and disinfection to limit worker and patron exposure to COVID-19, as well as adopting protocols to clean and disinfect in the event of a positive COVID-19 case in the workplace.

g) Adopt policies to prevent workers from entering the premises if they display respiratory symptoms or have had contact with a person with a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19.

h) Adopt any other social distancing practices and mitigation measures recommended by the CDC.

i) Businesses or operations whose in-person work is permitted under sections 10(c) through 10(e) of this order must also:

1. Prohibit gatherings of any size in which people cannot maintain six feet of distance from one another.

2. Limit in-person interaction with clients and patrons to the maximum extent possible, and bar any such interaction in which people cannot maintain six feet of distance from one another.

3. Provide personal protective equipment such as gloves, goggles, face shields, and face masks as appropriate for the activity being performed.

4. Adopt protocols to limit the sharing of tools and equipment to the maximum extent possible and to ensure frequent and thorough cleaning and disinfection of tools, equipment, and frequently touched surfaces.

The Alliance continues to recommend golf facilities reach out to their own legal counsel and local authorities for clarification and questions.

4 weeks ago

Michigan PGA

New Website Alert!!! Visit MichiganPGA.com to explore our latest news, events and MORE! ...

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