Coronavirus Update


 

Coronavirus Update - As of today, March 31st at 9:00 am, Scottsdale Silverado Golf Club is open for business under it's regular business hours.  We are monitoring the rapidly evolving impacts of coronavirus and advise you to stay informed of current CDC guidelines from local authorities.  To protect the health of our customers and staff, we ask that anyone who is experiencing symptoms of illness to please stay home and get well.  

Under Governor Ducey’s “stay-at-home” order, residents are still able to go outside and recreate which does include playing golf.  At Scottsdale Silverado Golf Club we are taking precautionary measures which include, but are not limited to, keeping exterior doors open to reduce door touches, increase sanitization practices inside the facility as well as golf cart steering wheels/handles, and eliminated on course touch items such as rakes, ball washers, and seed bottles.

To promote social distancing while on the golf course, we will make every effort to accommodate single rider carts and pairings requests.  Flagsticks are still on the greens, however there is no reason to touch them, and cups have been turned upside down so the golf ball only falls about an inch into the hole.  

Additionally, Silverado has implemented Governor Ducey’s Executive Order and eliminated on-site dining.  In turn, we have ramped up our efforts to provide take-out to both our golfing guest and neighborhood neighbors.    

Golf is a great game that, with a few adjustments, can continue to be a rather safe outdoor activity.