Welcome to Seven Hills!
Seven Hills COVID-19 Protocols
We value the continued Health and Safety of our Members, Guests, Staff and Community above all else. We are addressing the challenging circumstances that the Covid-19 Pandemic has presented by adhering to the protocols set in place by the office of the Chief Medical Officer of British Columbia.
Our objective has been to maximize services without compromising the safety of staff while minimizing touch points and potential vectors.
The following are changes we have implemented to provide our Members, Guests, Staff and Community maximum safety while they play golf.
By playing golf you are agreeing to adhere to the conditions and expectations of these re-opening procedures.
Stay Home if you or anyone in your household have any symptoms of Covid-19 or if you have travelled within the last 14 days.
Everyone must practice Physical Distancing by remaining a minimum of 2 metres apart at all times on Seven Hills property.
Outside facility doors we have posted a questionnaire stating if you have answered “yes” to any of the questions we ask you do not proceed further until you can successfully answer “no” to all.
Locker Room washrooms restricted to one person at a time. Upstairs 2 people
Locker Rooms 4 person maximum at a time.
On The Course
Bring everything you need to play. Water, snacks etc. There is NO access to potable water at the golf course.
Golfers may not bring their own alcohol. This violates Seven Hills’ Liquor License the same as at any other time. The staff at Seven Hills will eject players from the property who ignore this without refund.
Leave the flagstick in while putting. We have a 3” PVC pipe inside the cup so the ball only drops one inch and the flagstick doesn’t need to be touched.
Once cart riders have completed their round, please park carts on the gravel path below the putting green. Remove ALL your garbage, including scorecard and pencil and return key to Proshop staff.
Distancing On The Course
Tee box. A good practice to better enable physical distancing of two metres is for the person hitting their tee shot to be the only one on the tee box. Playing partners remain well away.
Greens. A good practice to better enable physical distancing of two metres is for the person with the longest putt to ‘hole out’ before the next person begins putting. This negates everyone marking their ball in close proximity to one another.
Please repair ball marks