Real Club de Golf El Prat – Barcelona safely reopens doors after being closed due to Covid-19
The most exclusive golf club in Barcelona reopened its doors on Monday, 25 May, after being closed for 10 weeks due to Covid-19.
Over 1700 rounds were played throughout last week. Players respected the safety measures implemented by the Club.
Real Club de Golf El Prat reopened its doors on monday, 25 May, after being closed for 10 weeks due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Throughout last week, over 1700 rounds were played and golfers enjoyed the course, which was in perfect conditions thanks to the maintenance works that continued throughout the time the Club was closed.
The famous Spanish venue golf club has implemented over 70 safety measures in order to protect the health and wellbeing of its members, visitors and staff. This safety protocol has been set up to ensure social distancing and exhaustive cleaning and disinfection of its services (buggies, electric trolleys and clubs). Furthermore, the club has set up disinfection points around the course’s 36 holes, further improved the online booking system so players don’t have to pass through the reception and can go straight to the course, and has relocated pick-up and drop-off areas for its services, in order to avoid crowding, among many other measures.
Ariana Martín, director of Real Club de Golf El Prat, highlighted “the satisfaction of welcoming players again. The whole Club staff has worked very hard to ensure anyone who comes to the Club will be protected. Thanks to the security protocols designed to ensure social distancing, disinfection and cleaning of all materials, our members and visitors only have to worry about having fun on the golf course.”