Golf Courses Deemed Non-Essential In NYS, They Will Have To Close
On Thursday, Governor Andrew Cuomo made some updates to what is essential and non-essential business in New York State, according to WIVB.
Golf courses were deemed non-essential and therefore, will in all likelihood close with the updated executive order.
Golf courses had previously not been deemed "non-essential."
Parks will remain open but playgrounds and other areas of congregation, where social distancing cannot be met, will not.
You can read the full list of essential services at the Governor's executive order website.