Glendale requires the wearing of Face Masks or Coverings before entering public businesses, including Desert Mirage Golf Shop.
Wearing Face Masks or Coverings on the Golf Course and Range is not necessary if you are isolated, in a small group and practicing Social Distancing.
Desert Mirage Members and Guests
The coronavirus pandemic has caused each of us to take inventory of life and how our normal lives have become abnormal. Abnormal refers to changes in the way we “use to” live our lives at work, play and worship. With the recent CDC Guidelines, our mobility has been restricted in where we go and what we do. Much of what we do is in a state of waiting, anxiety and restricted activities in which groups of people gather, especially indoors. Desert Mirage will be following the guidelines established by the CDC for preventing the spread of the virus and have implemented additional procedures to ensure cleanliness and sanitation.
Many Arizona courses remain open and Desert Mirage is open and ready to serve our Members and Guest using government directions and precautions to create and maintain safe ways to enjoy golf. Tennis courts remain open, as do golf courses, because it is a recreational activity played outdoors with a player’s own equipment, 2-4 players in an open space allowing for safe social distancing (now you have a valid excuse). We are very concerned about the wellness of our Members and Guests and will continue to evaluate governmental regulations and adjust our operations to help you feel comfortable and at ease during your round of golf.
I know you have heard all the reminders about preventative actions to avoid the spread of the virus. Well, here are additional reminders to keep the community and staff safe.
What the Golfer Can Do
- If you are sick, or have recently been sick, stay home and play in April.
- If you have a fever, dry cough, short breath, call your family doctor; do not play golf.
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water and sanitize.
- Display social distancing (6ft apart) to avoid close contact, by waving or giving other players a nod when greeting or departing.
- Cover up when coughing or sneezing using the inside of your sleeved arm and refrain from touching your nose or face.
- Practice not removing the flagstick and refrain from using ball washers on course.
What Desert Mirage is Doing
- Frequently sanitize counters tops, entrance/exit door handles, beverage cooler door handles.
- Spray/wipe down ice and water dispensing machine.
- Regularly sanitize Clubhouse restrooms and wipe down touch points.
- Wipe down and sanitize credit card terminal/stylus and pens signing for carts.
- Daily wipe down phones and computers.
- Removed sand bottles/pencils from carts and water coolers from course; dispenser in clubhouse.
- Sanitize cart steering wheel, gear lever, arm chair handles and dashboard.
- We have removed flags from putting/pitching greens
Thank you for teaming up with Desert Mirage to do what is in the best interest and best good for Members, Guests and the Community. Enjoy your game and exercise safety during your round.
Desert Mirage Management, Fred Barr, PGA / General Manager