Topgolf Tampa will reopen next week with new social distancing precautions

Topgolf is also offering a “10% discount plus additional benefits” for healthcare workers through Aug. 31.

click to enlarge Topgolf Tampa will reopen next week with new social distancing precautions
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Topgolf Tampa will reopen with new safety measures in place June 1, according to Topgolf Tampa Director of Sales Sara Meadows.

“Who knew at the beginning of all this that our venues are a natural fit for this new reality of social distancing – mainly outdoors with 11 feet from tee to tee,” she wrote in an email, “But we’ve made it even safer.”

Here are a few precautions that will take effect June 1 at Topgolf Tampa, according to its website.

  • Six-foot social distancing markers will be displayed throughout common areas, along with a bay capacity limit of six people.

  • An outdoor and spacious experience for all guests with protective bay dividers and 11 feet of space between bays.

  • The entire venue is cleaned throughout the day and all common areas are regularly disinfected. Golf clubs, golf balls, game screens, and other frequently touched bay surfaces will be disinfected between each group.

  • Every Associate is required to have a health check prior to starting work, wear a mask at all times, and wear gloves while handling food and drink. Additionally, all Associates must follow frequent handwashing protocols, per CDC guidelines.

Topgolf is also offering a “10% discount plus additional benefits” for healthcare workers through Aug. 31.

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Christopher Cann

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