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09 JUN 2023

Health and Safety update

Air quality

Due to the recent forest fires in our region, an air quality notice has been issued for the past week. These notices are periodically in effect as the direction and intensity of the fires impact our area differently.

We would like to emphasize that it is important for each individual to assess their own sensitivity and tolerance when considering spending time outdoors. While we understand the desire to enjoy outdoor activities, we kindly urge our members to remain mindful of the challenges posed by the current situation.

Please be aware that we are committed to providing flexibility regarding our tee time cancellation policy. If you notify us within 48 hours of your tee time, advising us to modify or cancel your reservation due to the air quality concerns, we will accommodate your request.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Your safety and well-being remain our top priority.



As we continue to experience thunderstorms during the season, we would like to bring your attention to the potential impact they may have on golf play. It is essential for all golfers to remain cautious and mindful of these conditions.

At our facility, we strive to exercise prudence when it comes to weather-related decisions. We understand the importance of not disrupting your golf experience prematurely due to the mere presence of grey clouds. Instead, we rely on the best available public weather information to assess the likelihood of an approaching storm in or near our properties before sounding the horn.

In the event that golfers are called off the courses due to a storm, we will only resume play once the storm has passed and there is no other threatening weather in the vicinity.

Please be aware that your safety is of paramount importance to us. If at any time you feel unsafe or wish to exercise greater caution during inclement weather, you are not required to wait for our signal to leave the golf course. Factors such as your location on the course and whether you are walking or riding should be considered, as they may influence your decision differently from other groups. Upon reaching the clubhouse, kindly inform the golf shop of your arrival and indicate whether you would like to continue playing once the weather clears.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. We prioritize your well-being and aim to provide you with the best possible golfing experience while ensuring your safety during adverse weather conditions.


See lightning warning information as written on our scorecards and on our website: 

When you suspect that there may be lightning or hear one long horn blast indicating the possibility of lightning, please immediately seek shelter in the clubhouse, or other on-course buildings or automobiles.  When none of the above is available, look for dense woods and low-lying areas.  Avoid open areas, water, metal, wire fences, power lines and other overhead wires, isolated trees, elevated ground, maintenance machinery, and golf carts.  Raising umbrellas increases the risk when lighting is near.  Three short horn blasts indicate it is safe to return to the course.  While the golf shop will endeavor to warn you of lightning, ClubLink is not held responsible for removing Members and Guests from the course.