Paradise Valley and Rancho Solano Golf Courses reopen for play on Saturday, May 2nd. Our top priority is the health and safety of our guests and our staff. In order to adhere to the social distancing requirements set forth by the Order of the Solano County Public Health Officer, Paradise Valley and Rancho Solano have put in place strict measures.

To book tee times at Paradise Valley & Rancho Solano:

Paradise Valley Golf Club

Rancho Solano Golf Club

All golf courses in the County may be opened for limited use. Golf may resume on all golf courses with groups of no more than four persons subject to full compliance with the requirements for golf courses and driving ranges:

  1. The management team at Paradise Valley and Rancho Solano Golf Courses will provide security or patrolling to ensure golfers’ compliance with the all requirements of this Order.
  2. A minimum 6-foot distance shall be maintained between all persons unless from the same household.
  3. No shared equipment.
  4. Walking or single rider carts (unless same household) allowed. If rented drive or push/pull carts are used, then they will be cleaned and sanitized after each use by an assigned employee.
  5. No tournament style events.
  6. No private lessons, group instruction or clinics.
  7. No privately-owned golf club cleaning by employees is allowed.
  8. Check in for round requires no physical interaction with golf course staff members, who must stay six feet or more from golfers.
  9. All hand towels, ice chests with water, seed/sand bottles, on-course bunker rakes, ball washers, community tees, scorecards and pencils, and all on-course water stations have been removed from the course
  10. Driving Range Restrictions:
    1. Hitting stations will be a minimum of six feet apart.
    2. Balls will be thoroughly cleaned with soap, bleach or disinfectant after each pick of the range and before they are placed back on the range.
    3. All range staff attendants must wear gloves and are strongly urged to wear cloth face coverings.
    4. Golf clubs, range buckets, and any other shared equipment must be cleaned and sanitized after each golfer use.
  11. Signage detailing required hygienic practices are posted in areas visible to all workers:
    1. Do not touch your face with unwashed hands or with gloves
    2. Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
    3. Use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
    4. Frequently touched objects and surfaces such as workstations, keyboards, telephones, handrails, machines, shared tools, and doorknobs, will be cleaned and disinfected
    5. Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing
    6. Follow other hygienic recommendations by the CDC
  12. A sign is placed at each entrance to the pro shop, locker room, dining area, and other relevant buildings to inform all staff and golfers that they should:
    1. Avoid entering the facility if they feel sick, or have a cough or fever
    2. Maintain a minimum six-foot distance from anyone who is not a household member;
    3. Sneeze and cough into a cloth or tissue or, if not available, into one’s elbow
    4. Not shake hands or engage in any unnecessary physical contact; and
    5. Wearing a face covering is strongly recommended.
  13. Dining areas are only open for grab-and-go food service or delivery.
  14. Golfers must leave the property immediately after playing to eliminate congestion.
  15. The number of customers in the pro shop at any one time shall be limited and monitored so that customers and staff may easily maintain at least six-foot distance from one another at all practicable times.
  16. The number of golfers in the locker room at any one time shall be limited and monitored to allow for users to easily maintain at least six-foot distance from one another at all practicable times.
  17. Golf courses and driving ranges shall designate a site-specific COVID-19 supervisor to enforce these requirements. The designated COVID-19 supervisor shall be present on site at all times during golfing activities. The COVID19 supervisor can be an on-site worker who is designated to carry this role.

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