The Pipeline

February 22nd Edition

In this edition of the Pipeline, we cover some great tips on what to do to get your most desired tee time as well as provide a little sneak peek at something very new and exciting coming to PICC.
February 21, 2021

The Pipeline


Your weekly newsletter for news, events, and happenings at Pipestone Indoor Country club.

Hello Fellow Golfers,

The Pipeline is back!

We are encouraged to see that COVID cases are starting to trend downward and that our simulator suites are staying busy and giving our valued customers an opportunity to knock the rust off while escaping the sanctuary of their homes. Although trends are positive, the staff at PICC still wants to maintain their role in maintaining practices and procedures aligned with the guidance of federal and local governments and agencies to be a trusted facility for folks to safely take some swings. With that said and in accordance with MDHHS guidelines, we recently updated our current guidelines to allow up to six golfers per suite IF coming from a maximum of two households. Please see the COVID pop up available on our website for additional details.

As a reminder, please plan ahead. With spring just around the corner things are booking up very quickly, especially on the weekends. We would recommend that you book online or call well in advance if there are certain days/times that work best for you to avoid missing out on your desired tee time.

-Hit em true-

The Crew at PICC

The graphic to the right says it all! If you aren't already, follow us on Instagram (@pipestoneindoorcc) or like us on Facebook to see more details coming very soon related to a game changing update we have in the works for our customers.

As we mentioned prior, things are starting to book up quickly at Pipestone Indoor. We wanted to take this opportunity to inform our members that we do have the option for them to establish recurring tee times at their desired times during the weeks to lock in a time that works best for their schedule.

All we ask in return is that you let us know 48 hours in advance if you will be unable to make it to one of your recurring appointments so we can make it available to other golfers.

For all golfers, we do also have a waitlist available if you are a little late grabbing the day you would like to book. If calling in ask to be added and we will contact you as times become available OR you can add yourself to the waitlist from our website. Please be sure to be as detailed as possible regarding the times you desire so we can contact you appropriately.

As a general rule of thumb, it is good to book one week in advance for weekdays and up to two weeks in advance for weekends, especially if looking to book longer appointments.

Spring is coming, and so is outdoor golf. Get a jump start on your golf game with lessons from Golf Pro, Adam Schumacher. Lesson times are very much available and what better way to surprise your favorite foursome then busting out a couple of new shots that you picked up over the winter.

Book lessons online today or call the staff at PICC to inquire!

We are looking to bring on additional part time workers. The job will be 10 hours per week, at a minimum, with main responsibilities including helping customers with starting their tee times, cleaning the facility, and working the front desk. The job pays minimum wage or $9.65 per hour. Employees can also enjoy the added perk of discounted simulator time which may be very appealing to golfers. The main shifts we will be looking for help with will be mornings and nights on the weekends but can always be flexible. Must be 18 years old to apply.

If you, or someone you know, are interested in the opportunity please e-mail and attach a resume and Dustin will reach out to applicants with next steps. Please also e-mail Dustin if you have any questions about the job.

Apply to become part of the team today and help us in allowing our customers to Seize the Game!

In these unprecedented times we strive to make the greatest effort possible to reduce the risk of exposure to our customers. There is no perfect method to eliminate risk, if you find our procedures and policies unsatisfactory or non-agreeable we ask that you come back again after we return to a state of pre-pandemic normalcy. Until then, we pay attention to recommendations and information provided by the CDC as well as comparable industry best-practices. Our updated procedures/policies are now on our website and they can be viewed by clicking the "Learn More" button that pops up when scrolling the site.

February 21, 2021

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