With the closure of a lot of activities and events, it's not a surprise why some people are turning to golf during this pandemic.
"I think it's just a way to get out of the house, so they like coming out and going for a walk or hanging out with friends with people they haven't maybe seen in the past few weeks," pro shop manager, Scott Van Dyke said.
The start of the spring is usually a busy time for golf courses around the area, but with the coronavirus impacting the number of golfers out on the the green Mid-Vallee Golf Course is just trying to stay on par.
"Usually our leagues would be started already, we've had to put those on hold, we've still had good public play because people can't do much else," owner, Kathy VanDeHey said.
For the ones who have been able to tee off, the golf course is doing whatever it takes to protect both golfers and employees.
"There's a lot of safety precautions when the carts go out. When they come in, they get sanitized from head to toe. We only allow one people per cart, and it's definitely a lot more cleaning going on," Van Dyke said.