After closures promoted by COVID-19, golf courses around Reston and Herndon are starting to open back up with precautions.
The Herndon Centennial Golf Course, which has been closed since March, announced via press release that it will reopen today (May 27).
People looking to book a timeslot should reserve and pay online, the press release said, adding that only credit cards will be accepted and people may not use rain checks, gift cards or discounts at this time.
Due to social distancing suggestions, “the clubhouse, restrooms and Egg Karne Café will remain closed until further notice,” according to the press release.
The Reston National Golf Course remains open for guests but with altered requirements, according to the website.
Changes include face shields and new cleaning protocols for staff, removal of indoor seating, discounts for those who walk the course rather than use a golf cart, elimination of cash payment and elimination of walk-up reservations, the website said.
For members wishing to play at Hidden Creek Country Club, both the golf courses and tennis courts are open, the website said. But, the clubhouse will remain closed until further notice with the exception of take-out food.
Photo via Reston National Golf Course/Facebook
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