Sun City Golf News
On March 31 The Sun City Board of Directors met. The following is from Jeff Rorick
The Board voted to stay status quo until the next Board meeting on 4/14. A few of us pushed to open golf. Many people (in my opinion) are making very false assumptions about the virus. We have 5 known cases in the community and by pure coincidence 4 are golfers and therefore the assumption is they caught the virus because of golf. No one can prove where these people got the virus. Frankly golf, is the safest activity that we can partake in.
We even tried to ask just to open HF to golfers, and PV to walkers but that was nixed as well.
It is not just golf that is closed it is ALL outdoor activities including walking on the courses. Also all indoor activities are still closed.
Hopefully if things remain relatively quiet in Nevada the Board will reconsider their decision on 4/14. Personally, I will not support the opening of any outdoor activities unless golf is included.
Our friend and Board of Director member Joe Wydra has passed away
May He Rest In Peace
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