Following the Prime Ministers most recent announcement regarding the Corona Virus pandemic, we would like to update you with the following. Of course, we have many departments here at The Chase so I will break it down by department so that you can easily find the information you are looking for.
We have now had confirmation from the governing bodies that we can start to have 4 ball tee times from Monday 1st June. The tee sheet is currently booked out as 2 balls for the next 6 days. I am sure you will want us to pair you up with your regular playing partners for Monday to Thursday and of course we will do our best to facilitate this for you.
Bookings will remain at 6 days in advance for now, but we will look to extend the booking window over the coming weeks. We will also be keeping 10 min gaps.
From tomorrow morning, Saturday 30th May, it would be very helpful if you could call the club to let us know any changes you would like to make to your bookings so we can pair you up accordingly and therefore release tee times for other members to book.
The only bookings that will be shown online will be full available tee times and this will be the case for the foreseeable future. We will revert to the old system over time. This means that if you book a tee time no one else can book onto that tee time unless this is done by calling the club. If you have booked a 1, 2 or 3 ball, for now you must call us to let us know who and how many are playing in that tee time. If you only book a two ball and after 24hrs we have not heard from you we will pair tee times and allow others to book on with you.
Memberships will now be reactivated form June 1st. Those members who have already informed us that they are shielding will not have their memberships reinstated until July 1st.
Until we re open the professional shop you will still need to check in at reception. From Monday one person per tee time should come and register the group. The same system is in place and we ask you not to arrive at the club more then 30 mins before your tee time and leave promptly after finishing your game.
You will still need to have a booked tee time before arriving at the club. The same rules on buggy use also applies, only one person per buggy unless you are from the same household.
This is great news for golf, I am sure that you all cannot wait to have your regular group. I have had so many comments about pace of play in two balls, lets all try to keep the pace of play moving and please remember to allow faster groups to play through when it is safe to do so. Competition golf will be back over the coming weeks and I am sure the committees will be busy working out the best way to get some of the competitions played. I will update you more on this as soon as I have some news.
Health Club & Spa
In line with the latest government guidelines the leisure industry our facilities remain closed for now. Please can I stress that you do not need to cancel your direct debits. We will not be taking any payments from our health club & Spa members until the facilities are back open. If you cancel your direct debit there may be a charge to re join the club. We will have some office-based staff on hand over the weekend to take your calls if there are any questions you need to ask.
Woodlands remains closed until further guidance from the government.
Weddings functions and events
Unfortunately, all our wedding functions and events will now have to be postponed. As all these bookings are so individual please rest assured a member of the team will be in touch to discuss your options. We will have staff in place to deal with all your needs.
We would like to thank all our valued members, guests, visitors and customers for their support at this difficult time. As a family owned business providing services to the local community and beyond, we rely on the support of you all and we look forward to welcoming you back when we open our doors. We will commit to keeping in touch on a weekly basis to keep you updated on the latest club news.
Last of all, please keep yourselves and others safe and continue to follow the government guidance given.
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