Crystal Lake is Only Golf Course to Receive Perfect Covid-19 Compliance Score
Crystal Lake Country Club is the only golf course in Rhode Island that was in full compliance with COVID-19 regulations during the past week, according to the Rhode Island Department of Health.
Crystal Lake, located in Burrillville, was one of 250 businesses throughout the state in full compliance.
“During the week of August 10-16, the following establishments were inspected by the COVID-19 Enforcement Task Force and found to be in full compliance with COVID-19 guidelines and safety regulations. This list is not an indicator of past or future compliance,” writes the Rhode Island Department of Health.
As GolfNewsRI reported, Fairlawn Golf Club was ordered to close their bar for not complying, while Alpine and Wannamoisett have had Covid-19 cases.
About Crystal Lake
Crystal Lake Golf Club located on Route 102 in Burrillville, consists of a 200-acre area including the golf course, clubhouse, lake and driving range facility. It started as a 9-hole course opening in the Fall of 2003 and has come a long way since then.
The 23,000 sq. foot clubhouse opened a year later in May of 2004 consisting of the scenic Waterfront Room with a seating capacity of 225 and Tavern with accommodations of 100 people for lunch and dinner everyday during the golf season. The fully-stocked Golf Shop on the main floor is available for all your golfing needs.
Visit Tony DiGiorgio, our pro, for a golf lesson, information about hosting an outing at Crystal Lake or becoming a member! The lower level houses our locker room facilities and fleet of electric golf carts that are brand new as of 2012!
The top floor hosts the business offices and private Members’ Lounge. Please like our sister page, “Crystal Lake Weddings & Events” for information on wedding, banquets and other events.
The Golf Course:
1st. Your round starts off with a straightaway Par 4 with no tricks. Don’t be long.
2nd. Cart Path Only. Downhill Par 3 that measures 165 from the white trees. Sand is the only problem.
3rd. Good Par 4 to an elevated green. Undulating green makes for tricky putts.
4th. Out of bounds left. Respect our neighbor’s privacy. Trouble over the green.
5th. No margin for error – 200 yards to traps – then a tight landing area for the 2nd shot. Out of bounds right.
6th. White stakes define area. This is a dog leg left. If you get to the path you can see the green, otherwise a second shot with a mid-iron over the shrubs will leave you a wedge to this par 5.
7th. Long Par 4 leaves tough second shot. Traps left and water right of the green..
8th. Cart path only. Good Par 3 to the elevated green. No gimmicks here.
9th. Cart path only. Short Par 4. Suggest long hitters wait til group ahead of you reaches the green.
10th. A good drive will get to within 150 yards. Don’t be left or long with approach. 11th. Cart path only. This 90 foot drop shortens up the 176 yards from the middle tee.
12th. Cart path only. A slight fade will keep you in play with a short approach up the hill to the green.
13th. Cart path only. An iron off the tee will leave a short approach to a well hidden green.
14th. The Water Tower is your target for the first two shots. Careful with your chip. Stay left.
15th. Cart path only. Don’t be long on this Par 3. Large waste area left is hard to see from tee box.
16th. This undulating green can give you fits. Try and get that approach close.
17th. Favor the right with this tee shot. Very large green can leave some monster putts.
18th. Cart path only. Dog leg left with trouble on the left side. Mid-iron approach to a small green.