As part of our commitment to the continued safety of our guests, the families we serve, team members, and Charity volunteers, and in ongoing efforts to protect our community in preventing the spread of COVID-19, we are planning to implement the following enhanced protocols and procedures at the 2022 Golf Classic:

  • After consulting with medical experts and abiding by CDC Guidelines, for everyone’s safety, we respectfully ask that all guests be fully vaccinated to join us on May 23.
  • Guests may be asked a series of health and wellness screening questions as well as have their temperature checked prior to entering the event.
  • While being outside is a safer environment to host gatherings, we encourage all guests to wear a mask when not eating or drinking.
  • We will have hand sanitizing products available and high touch areas will be frequently disinfected.
  • Charity staff and volunteers will be masked for the full duration of the event.
  • If you or anyone in your party is experiencing COVID symptoms or has been exposed to a COVID positive person 3-5 days prior to the event, we ask that you do not attend.


COVID-19 is a contagious pandemic, and the CDC and other public health authorities recommend social distancing and other measures to help reduce the chances of catching or spreading this disease. Attending any gathering or event could increase your chances of contracting coronavirus, even if you have been vaccinated. In order for you to attend the Golf Classic, Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities requires that you commit to taking the following safety precautions to protect yourself, other attendees, and the community at large:

  • Practice social distancing;
  • Wear a face covering while indoors with other people;
  • Use good hygiene regarding hand washing, coughing and sneezing;
  • Comply with public health guidance, and abide by local/state orders;
  • Abide by instructions given by Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities or event hosts whether verbal or in writing;
  • Do not attend if at any point during the 14-day period prior to the event, regardless of your vaccination status, you (a) test positive for coronavirus; (b) develop any symptoms of coronavirus; or (c) come
  • into contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities has made efforts to reduce the risk of transmission of Coronavirus/COVID-19 at the 2022 Golf Classic, to the extent of Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities control, but Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to coronavirus while attending the 2022 Golf Classic. By accepting Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities’ invitation to the 2022 Golf Classic, you are assuming the potential risks and agreeing to waive and release any claims against Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities related to coronavirus in exchange for the opportunity to voluntarily attend the 2022 Golf Classic.

We will continue to assess the situation which continues to change and evolve. The steps we will all take together will help ensure we are doing all we can to keep one another and the families we serve safe. Thank you for your support, understanding, and flexibility. We look forward to seeing you May 23!