Carts will be on cart path side rough today.
Carts will be on cart path side rough today.
During the 2020 session of the Kentucky Legislature, House Bill 351 was passed into law. Included in this Bill is the requirement that sales tax on golf admissions must now be collected by non-profit golf courses effective August 1, 2020.
For CCP members, this means 6% sales tax will now be assessed to all fees associated with golf play including dues and annual fees for memberships with golfing privileges.
We’re back!! The CCP Golf Shop will reopen tomorrow for normal business hours (Tuesday-Sunday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm). We will have a maximum capacity of 5 members at a time for the first week or two, and hope to see that number go up as we get back to our “new” normal. We do ask that all members in the shop use social distancing so that our staff and membership are as safe as possible.
If you’re ready to shop the Golf Shop is the place to be. We have new arrivals from Travis Matthew, Straight Down, San Soleil, and New Era headwear.
Lastly, thank you to our entire membership for your patience and support during this pandemic. It is a great feeling to be at a club with members that support their club and staff in the extraordinary way that our membership has during this unprecedented time.
In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, I wanted to let you know your Board of Directors and Club Management are taking the necessary precautions to protect the health and safety of our members and staff and minimize the impact to our facilities and operations. We have recently updated our flu prevention and pandemic guidelines in direct response to the emergence of the Coronavirus. These guidelines are based on guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization.
These guidelines include common sense hygiene practices that are good to follow whether or not it is cold and flu season. Things like frequent and thorough hand washing, good coughing and sneezing etiquette, and avoiding contact with others when you’re sick. We are also increasing the frequency of our cleaning of hard surfaces beyond our normal routines, particularly points of common contact like doorknobs and light switches. Staff will also be wiping down and cleaning our equipment at the gym three times per day. We ask anyone that uses the gym facility to please wipe down each machine after each individual use.
Our staff are also being encouraged to stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms of fever, frequent cough, or shortness of breath. This is the best way we can help minimize the spread of the illness and to avoid any disruptions to Club operations. Please be patient over the next few weeks as this could impact service levels where we may be short staffed.
As for our members, I would encourage each of you to take good care of yourself by following the recommendations of your own doctors and government health authorities, and taking the necessary steps to protect yourself and your family during this flu season. Like our staff, we encourage you to stay home and take care of yourself and your family if you have been experiencing flu-like symptoms.
It’s amazing how fast the World can change in just a few short weeks and hopefully this will all be behind us just as quickly. No one can stop the spread of illness, but we are doing our best to keep our members and staff healthy. We appreciate our members doing the same for their fellow Club members and staff. Please feel free to call me if you have any concerns or questions.
On behalf of the Board of Directors,
Country Club of Paducah
Carts will on the CART PATH ONLY through Friday. We will access the status of the cart rules on Saturday morning.
Bunker work will start back up on Friday, March 6th. Please check with the Golf Shop regarding hole closures during this process.
For the remainder of February your CCP Golf Shop will offer a “Give to Get” sale, on all in-stock apparel. The basis of this sale is to help support our local homeless shelter by bringing them as many coats, shirts, etc… as possible.
Here’s how the sale will work, for every item of apparel that you bring to donate (old shirts, coats, etc..) you will receive 5% off any in-stock apparel purchase. You can bring as many items as you like, but the total discount per item will max out at 30% off. Please come out and help support your local community, as well as getting some great savings on fall/winter apparel.