May 27 update
The Province announced it’s re-opening plan on Wednesday, May 26. We are excited to share with you that as of June 1, the following will resume at the Broadmoor:
- Golfers can play in foursomes and do not need to be from the same household. Please remember to maintain safe physical distancing.
- The tee sheet is now open for foursomes starting June 1.
- All league play will resume.
- Lessons and programs will resume for all ages in maximum groups of 10.
- Outdoor patio dining will resume. Patio dining is limited to four per table and to those living in the same household, or individuals living alone, may dine with their two designated close contacts.
Should we receive any further clarification on the Province’s re-opening plan, we will keep our golfers informed.
Thank you for continuing to keep the Broadmoor safe!
Covid-19 safety reminders
Please remember to stay home if you are feeling unwell.
When possible, passes should be purchased in advance, over the phone.
Face masks are required when entering the ProShop.
Max 5 people in the ProShop at one time.
Face masks are also encouraged to be worn when interacting with anyone outside your household while at The Broadmoor. Remember to maintain 2 metres physical distance at all time.
May 7 update – Impacts at The Broadmoor
As of 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, May 9 to help bend the curve, we will be adhering to new COVID-19 restrictions announced by Alberta Health. Restrictions remain in effect until further notice (a minimum of three weeks).
When booking a tee time please remember
- All players in the group must be from the same household.
- If you live alone, you can play with your two close contacts.
Note: Please call the ProShop at 780-467-7373 too book individual/single tee times. Please do not book online.
Additional impacts at the Broadmoor include
- All league play is temporarily suspended.
- Outdoor patio to close. The snack window, beverage cart and take-out remain available.
- Lesson in a 1:1 or group capacity will be suspended.
- Driving range permitted (note: driving range already meets restrictions, so no new changes are required).