As far as staff is concerned we are sanitizing all touch points often(this includes equipment as well as the shop), clocking in/out online, staggering start times by a few minutes, using separate work carts/tools, and making sure guys stay home if they feel sick or have been around someone who does. With each passing day the rules tighten up and the tension builds. It's a very nervous time for all of us, but especially the staff that relies so heavily on the job.
As for the course, you've seen the emails on how we are trying to create a "touchless" golf experience. Today we added another layer of protection to help minimize risk. If you should make a putt from outside gimmie range, you won't have to reach into the hole to retrieve your ball. Ivy and I cut up a pool noodle into 3" sections and placed one in each hole. It's not perfect, but it should take the risk down another notch. We borrowed this idea from other courses so no credit should come our way.