While sporting codes across the country are closing doors amid the coronavirus pandemic, the future of club golf remains unknown.
As of midday on Monday all indoor sporting facilities were required to shut their doors.
Golf Australia is currently seeking clarity from the government if the health and safety advice also impacts golf courses.
On Monday Golf Australia updated advice on health and safety at golf clubs, also stating that it was seeking clarification if courses across the country had been impacted.
"On Sunday, March 22 the Australian Government announced a closure - from midday, Monday, March 23 - of all pubs, licensed clubs, bars, restaurants and cafes (dining in), cinemas, casinos, places of worship gyms and indoor sporting venues," GA said in a statement
"Golf Australia is currently seeking clarity from government on the effect of this announcement on golf courses, and we are working to revert with information as soon as practicable to all Australian Clubs and Facilities."
The statement came after the organisation released advice to all clubs on Friday.
"It should be noted that the vast majority of golfers can and should continue to visit your clubs and facilities as per normal," GA said
"Of course, golfers should exhibit a heightened awareness of personal hygiene as has been encouraged by state and federal health departments.
"By its nature, golf promotes a level of social distancing and while it is important that this is adhered to, golf is a lower risk sport than many others."
Among the recommendations include removing shotgun starts, reducing club competition numbers and creating larger gaps between groups on tee off time sheets.
As most sports had been called off, golfers hit the course during the weekend, with several in action at Bendigo's Neangar Park.
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