City of Dodge City
DODGE CITY, Kansas—Mariah Hills Golf Course has reopened with restrictions under Phase One of the City of Dodge City’s plan to reopen, which was approved by the City Commission at their May 4, 2020 meeting. This opening follows Governor Kelly’s Ad Astra Plan that the City is using as a baseline.
The golf pro shop will be open from 8 am to 6:30 pm daily with a limit of one customer inside the shop at a time. However, the driving range will remain closed. Golfers are encouraged to call ahead to schedule their tee times so that staff can space patrons out every 10 – 15 minutes, and all patrons must check-in at the pro shop before beginning play.
“The decision to reopen the golf course and pro shop was made after many discussions with staff as well as City Administration and reviewing the state guidelines,” Parks and Facilities Director Troy Brown said. “There will be quite a few restrictions for the pro shop, as well as guidelines for those on the course. We ask that our patrons respect these temporary rules and the physical distancing guidelines.”
Privately owned golf carts are allowed, but Mariah Hills will not be renting any carts. Food and drink sales will still take place, and the staff will retrieve items and bag them for customers. Cards only as no cash will be accepted for purchases.
Upon the completion of rounds, patrons are asked to leave the course and parking lot immediately to prevent socialization and potential gathering violations. More information regarding the course restrictions and changes are available at the Mariah Hills Golf Course, or by calling 620-225-8182, and are subject to change.