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Golf Course - COVID-19 Update
Last updated 3.19.20
Our main goal at the Ballwin Golf Course and Events Center is to ensure we provide a safe and healthy environment for every guest at our facility. With reports of COVID-19 in St. Louis County, we want to assure you we are taking every precaution to keep our golfers safe.
At this time, we plan on maintaining normal hours at our Golf Course, but will rely on recommendations and instructions set forth by St. Louis County. Since this is an outdoor game, limited to groups of four at a time, we are hoping to be able to continue to accommodate golfers.
We have increased our cleaning efforts at our facility, including wiping down and disinfecting all equipment, high-touch surfaces, and high-traffic areas.
Here are a few changes we've made to our facilities during this health situation:
Here are a few precautions we urge you to take if you visit our Golf Course:
This situation is constantly evolving and continues to change by the hour. We will continue to provide more information as it becomes available. Visit our COVID-19 webpage to stay up-to-date on changes to City facilities, programs, events, and services.
Golf Programs and Events
With St. Louis County's Executive Order limiting the number of individuals who can gather in a single space or room, we have had to cancel a few of our upcoming golf programs and events.
We have created a page on our website where we will post all cancellations and postponed events as that information becomes available. Click here to visit it and make sure to check back frequently, as all event and program updates will be posted here.
We encourage you to remain vigilant, continue to keep yourselves informed, and exercise all precautions recommended by the CDC. This includes washing your hands often, refraining from touching your face, avoiding close contact with people who are experiencing symptoms, cleaning and disinfecting frequently, and staying home if you’re sick.
St. Louis County has established a hotline number (314-615-2660) if you believe you are symptomatic or have any questions regarding the virus. Additionally, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services activated a statewide public hotline (877-435-8411) which is being operated by medical professionals and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
For more information, additional resources, and all COVID-19 updates, we encourage you to refer to one of the following websites: