Book a tee time
All tee times must be pre-booked and paid for online, there is no turn-up and play option. We know that everyone is excited to get back to playing golf, however please do take the time to read the guidance fully shown below before booking.
PRIOR TO THE GAME:
- Please only arrive at the course 10 -15 minutes prior to your tee time and change of shoes should be done in the car park.
- We are continuing to review the government advise and when we feel it is safe to do so we will look to re-open the driving range.
- Please ensure social distancing when you have parked in the car park.
- If you require buggies, please ensure these are booked and pre-paid prior to arrival (limited availability).
- Please report to entrance side of the Driving Range building (not the car park side) where a member of staff will control entry and exit to the building, this will include toilet facilities which will be available.
- Unfortunately no drinks, chocolate, or retail purchases will be available, so please bring your own drinks and golf equipment that you require whilst playing.
- The putting green will be limited to 2 players with priority given to the next group due to tee off.
- One person per buggy – Golf buggies will be sanitised after every use and therefore available to be used by single individuals. We will temporarily be offering buggies at the reduced rate of £10, and subject to availability. We advise that those who can walk do so.
PLAYING ON THE COURSE:
We are delighted to have you back and want you to enjoy your game. Whilst the course has had its enforced closure we are aware the local community have accessed the course and some may continue to do so once we are open. We do not want you to get into any confrontation so please inform any member of our team who can speak to any none golfers who are not acting in an appropriate way.
- Social distancing maintain 2 metres apart at all times. STAY ALERT!
- Always leave the flag in the hole, and do not touch.
- All cups will be fitted so that the ball doesn’t drop below the surface of the green and can be retrieved easily.
- All bunker rakes will be removed from the course and bunkers are preferred lies. Please smooth sand after use with feet or club.
- All golf ball cleaners are to be removed. Golfers are advised to wipe their own golf balls on their towel. Golfers should only pick their own ball up.
- Do not share any equipment, such as golf clubs or rangefinders.
- Don’t shake hands before or after your game.
Please do not swap scorecards after play.
No gathering to take place after the round, once the round has been completed please leave the facility immediately.
The government have classified “Clinically Vulnerable People” of being a higher risk of severe illness.
This group, which include people aged 70 or over, people with liver disease, people with diabetes, pregnant women should stay at home as much as possible.
The advice is if you do go out, take particular care to minimise contact with others outside your household.
The principles you should follow to ensure that time spent with others outside your home, whilst visiting Altrincham Golf course to play golf is as safe as possible (unless you are clinically vulnerable and currently shielding at home or extremely vulnerable in which case you should follow separate advice as detailed below)
It is your responsibility to adopt these principles wherever possible:
Keep your distance from people outside your household.Public Health England recommends trying to keep 2m away from people as a precaution.
Keep your hands and face as clean as possible.Wash your hands often using soap and water, and dry them thoroughly. Use sanitiser, especially as you enter a building and after you have had contact with surfaces. Avoid touching your face.
Avoid being face to face with people if they are outside your household. You are at higher risk of being directly exposed to respiratory droplets released by someone talking or coughing when you are within 2m of someone and have face-to-face contact with them. You can lower the risk of infection if you stay side-to-side rather than facing people
Wash your golf clothes regularly. There is some evidence that the virus can stay on fabrics for a few days, although usually it is shorter, so if you are working with people outside your household wash your clothes regularly
Clinically Vulnerable People. We know that everyone will be keen to get back to playing golf. The government have classified “Clinically Vulnerable People” of being a group as a much higher risk of severe illness.
The government advise that people in this group, which include people aged 70 or over, people with liver disease, people with diabetes, pregnant women and others GOVUK should stay at home as much as possible. If you do go out, take particular care to minimise contact with others outside your household.
Trafford Leisure stress that we all have an individual responsibility to protect ourselves and others we are taking steps to reduce the time spent out on the golf course initially incorporating new rules of play and social distancing.
Using the golf course for physical activity?
We are glad the local community has enjoyed using the golf course for physical activity during the closure and we have taken this into consideration to help you keep active.
Take a look at our map which features our picturesque golf course & driving range. You'll also see 5 acres of beautiful open green space, the Walled Garden & Old Hall for our community to enjoy.