With a number of precautions in place, Mallard Cove Golf Course will reopen for play on Monday, May 4, with the first tee time set for 7:30 a.m. 

While the course is re-opening, several measures are being put in place to adhere to Governor Edwards’ existing executive order pertaining to COVID-19. 

Social distancing will be practiced at all times. Tee times must be arranged ahead of time by calling 491-1204. Reservations can be made up to two days in advance and staff will be on-site beginning Saturday, May 2, to begin booking tee times. Tee times will be set in 10 minute increments to allow for additional spacing between golfers.

Credit cards will be the only form of payment accepted at this time and golfers can pay over the phone when scheduling their tee time or in the Pro Shop upon check in. Only four golfers at a time will be allowed in the Pro Shop and a minimum of six feet of distance between patrons will be enforced using designated, marked areas.

The concession area will be open for take-out only to allow for the purchase of pre-packaged snacks and canned drinks. The dining area will be closed. Credit cards will be the only form of payment accepted and only four patrons will be allowed inside at a time. A minimum of six feet of distance between patrons will be enforced. Golfers can order their snacks ahead of time for pick up by calling 491-8650.

Customers must enter the Club House from the north entrance point and will be asked to sanitize their hands upon entry. All other access points will be locked.

Cart usage will be limited to one rider per cart with a maximum of four golf parts per group, however, walking is encouraged. Club rentals will be unavailable until further notice. Golfers will be responsible for promptly returning their carts to the south side of the Club House, near the putting green, upon completion of play and will need to remove their own clubs, personal items and trash. Carts will be sanitized by Course personnel after each round.

Flag sticks are to be left in the hole and should not be touched by golfers. Ball washers, bunker rakes and sand bottles will be removed from the course and carts respectively at this time.

Golfers are asked to refrain from handshakes, high fives, etc and should not play if they are sick. Regular hand cleansing with hand sanitizer is encouraged throughout play. 

Golf lessons and tournaments are unavailable until further notice.

A complete list of guidelines can be found by clicking here. For additional details, or so schedule a tee time, call 491-1204 starting Saturday, May 2.