PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Allegheny County Parks Department plans to reopen the golf courses at North and South parks this Friday.
Social distancing guidelines will be in place.READ MORE: Jury Gets Case Of Man Charged In Club Erotica Shooting That Killed 2, Injured 3
They are asking everyone to wear a mask in or around clubhouses and to leave the flagsticks alone when putting.
At this time, the practice greens and driving ranges will not reopen.
Golf carts will be available but are limited to one person, per cart.
The snack bars at both courses will be open, but golfers are asked to pay with card, not cash.
Here are some other guidelines they are asking golfers to follow:READ MORE: 2 Businesses Shut Down By Allegheny County Health Department
For more information, visit: www.alleghenycounty.us/golf
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Over in Butler County, the Cranberry Highlands Golf Course will reopen on Saturday. Tee times must be booked, and they are only taking groups of four at this time.
Payments will only be taken by credit card.
In addition, social distancing must be observed by everyone and carts are mandatory. They will be sanitized. Putting greens and driving ranges will remain closed at this time.
For more information, visit cranberryhighlands.com.MORE NEWS: Bone Found In SUV Of Ohio Mom Stephanie Van Nguyen And 2 Kids Missing Since 2002
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