Public and private golf courses may now allow people onto the premises for a round of golf as long as there are no gatherings and social distancing rules are followed.
Overall, golf courses remain nonessential, so there cannot be any employees on the premises other than those performing essential services such as grounds keeping to avoid hazardous conditions or security.
Additionally marinas and boatyards can remain open for marina operations and boat repair/maintenance or for personal use or operation of boats or other watercraft. But they may not offer chartered watercraft services or rentals.
However, golf courses are not essential and cannot have employees working on-premise; notwithstanding this restriction, essential services, such as groundskeeping to avoid hazardous conditions and security, provided by employees, contractors, or vendors are permitted and private operators may permit individuals access to the property so long as there are no gatherings of any kind and appropriate social distancing of six feet between individuals is strictly abided