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Covid 19 Response

Our anticipated opening date will be May 1st 2020. At this time, please be aware of the many new changes instituted in an effort to negate the growth of the Covid-19 Virus.  And while these new procedures may be found to be cumbersome for some, please know they are being done with the best interest and safety of our patrons.  

The Bucket A Day Club will continue in 2020.  Registrations will begin May 1st and end June 1st with no late fees.  Given the delayed start of the program, T-shirts will not be available this season. Kids ages 5-15 hit one FREE bucket of balls (34 balls) per day from June 1st to September 1st.  

Registration for the program is $25.00.  Registration forms will not be filled out in an effort to stop the spread of the Covid-19 Virus

COVID -19 Safety Changes

 

* BASEBALL*

Due to the difficulty of procuring proper sanitizing products BATS AND HELMETS will no longer be provided for public use. If you are under the age of 18 helmets remain mandatory for Batting case use.  PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN BATS AND HELMETS or you will be denied access to the cages with no refund on tokens.

 

Batting Cage Tokens will be sold in quantities of  6, 13 and 28 only and will be prepacked and sanitized.  Individual tokens will not be sold.  

*DRIVING RANGE*

We will no longer provide rental clubs for Driving Range use.  Please bring your own DRIVING RANGE CLUBS.

*MINIATURE GOLF*

All efforts will be made to clean and disinfect miniature golf clubs after patron use.  We strongly suggest that you bring your own clubs in for use.

*CLUB-HOUSE*

in an effort to protect staff the clubhouse will be closed to guests.  All transactions will be made through a window.  For your convenience Soda machines have been placed outside and accept both credit and cash.   

 

*SANITARY PRACTICES*

While it is our desire to provide hand sanitizer for all patrons use we have been unable to procure such items.  We encourage patrons wash hands prior to and after use of our facility by providing their own means to do so.  Masks and social distancing are also advocated as a necessary means to stop the spread of this virus.

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