While a total lockdown feels somewhat inevitable, Wentworth Golf Club remains open for business.
Todd Brakenridge is the Golf Pro at the club and even though citizens are being advised to stay at home at all costs, the facilities haven't closed down yet, meaning it's play on for anyone who wants to swing the club.
"We're grateful we've been able to stay open for as long as we have," Brakenridge said.
"It's operational but we've put several health restrictions in place to make sure it's a safe-as-possible environment for everyone.
"These restrictions have been advised to us by Golf NSW and even Royal and Ancient, golf's international governing body."
The hardest adjustments regulars have had to make is that you're no longer able to share a cart with your playing partners which ties in with the social distancing laws.
"We've got about 50 carts here at the club," he said.
"That's been the toughest change to implement and manage.
"We're also trying to limit the amount of times people touch the same thing out on the course... the flagstick for example."
You'd think that the shutdown of virtually every sports destination in town would boost the number of turnouts to the golf clubs but Brakenridge has seen a pretty significant drop in numbers as most people seem to be adhering to the advice sent out by the PM.
"It seems like most people have gone into their shell," he said.
"The course certainly doesn't look like Bondi Beach did last week.
"I personally think we'll get the email to close down next week but while it's still open, it's a good place to come and escape from reality for a couple of hours, if you feel safe enough to do so. "We've got a few booked in for Saturday which is good to see."
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