All Nebraska PGA events will utilize BlueGolf Live Scoring. On the morning of each event, a text will be sent to each player with a link to the live scoring website. At least one person must live score for the group and the designated scorer can rotate between different players in the group. The reason live scoring is required in all Nebraska PGA events is to expedite the scoring process after the round to limit potential contact between players and staff. Live scoring is also beneficial because it creates a live leaderboard that can be viewed by each player to see where they stand during the round. Family and friends can follow along throughout the round as well.
Thursday, March 26th, Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts announced that the state’s second COVID-19 related Directed Health Measure (DHM).
Counties other than those noted above remain under the guidance issued March 18th by the Governor’s Office. You can find it by clicking here. If further community transmission cases of COVID-19 occur in other regions of the state, the Governor will announce DHMs covering the additional regions.
On Friday, March 27th there was further clarification regarding the consumption of alcoholic beverages on the golf course. Click here to read the statement from the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission.
On Friday, March 27th the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission (NLCC) issued the advisory to assist with clarification. Clarification from NLCC with respect to this order can be found HERE. If you would like to read the press release from Governor Ricketts’ office, click the following link: https://governor.nebraska.gov/press/gov-ricketts-issues-executive-order-allowing-takeout-mixed-drinks-lids
If you have specific questions pertaining to the issued order, please contact the NLCC. Please note that the NLCC has modified its operations so many of their staff are working remotely and the best way to contact specific members is thru email (https://lcc.nebraska.gov/employee-directory) or you can email the NLCC Front Desk at email@example.com.
Please consult your attorneys and accountants when working through these troubled times.