The following are the guidelines established by Napa County Health and Human Services published April 21, 2020
 
ORDER OF THE NAPA COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER
EXTENDING AND MODIFYING
THE SHELTER AT HOME ORDER


DATE OF ORDER: April 21, 2020
ORDER No. 20-03
 
Appendix C — Golf Site Requirements with highlighted Vintner changes

        Use of golf courses and driving ranges authorized by Section 13(a)(iii)(4) of this Order shall comply with the following requirements:
  1. Practice social distancing by maintaining a minimum 6-foot distance from others.
  2. Maximum of four players per group.
  3. No shared equipment.
  4. Single rider only unless from same household
  5. Push/pull carts ok.
  6. Napa County residents only.
  7. No tournament style events.
  8. No private lessons, group instruction or clinics.
  9. No club cleaning by personnel.
  10. Check in for round must require no physical interaction with golf site staff, who must stay six feet or more from golfers.
  11. Remove hand towels, ice chests with water, seed/sand bottles, on-course bunker rakes, ball washers, community tees, scorecards and pencils, and all on-course water stations or restrooms.
  12. Lift cups 1" above putting surface to ensure that there is no retrieval of ball from cup.
  13. Flag sticks must be removed.
  14. Driving range open   
  15. Driving Range Restrictions:
    1. Hitting stations will be a minimum of six feet apart.
    2. Balls will be thoroughly cleaned with soap, bleach or disinfectant after each pick of the range and before they are placed back on the range.
    3. All range staff attendants must wear gloves and cloth face coverings.
    4. Golf clubs, range buckets, and any other shared equipment must be disinfected after each golfer use.
 
  1. Post, in areas visible to all workers, required hygienic practices including not touching face with unwashed hands or with gloves; washing hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; use of hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol, cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces such as workstations, keyboards, telephones, handrails, machines, shared tools, and doorknobs; covering the mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing as well as other hygienic recommendations by the CDC.
 
  1. Golf courses and driving ranges shall designate a site-specific COVID-19 supervisor to enforce this guidance.  The designated COVID-19 supervisor shall be present on site at all times during golfing activities.  The COVID19 supervisor can be an on-site worker who is designated to carry this role.