The city of Dallas, Texas will reopen its golf courses and other outdoor facilities tomorrow, May 1st, according to a release from a city spokesperson, Andrea Hawkins.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s "strategic plan to Open Texas" includes the reopening of golf and outdoor sports, "provided that the sports do not include contact with other participants, and no more than four participants play the sport at any time," Abbott said in a tweet Thursday.
"Dallas Park and Recreation operates six 18-hole golf courses, five full-service tennis centers" and a shooting range which are set to reopen with "strict physical distancing," the Dallas release said.
Equipment and golf carts will be sanitized between users, the release said. The gun range will open every other shooting range for social distancing, the release said.
Dallas parks and trails remain open but amenities like the restrooms, pavilions and water fountains remain closed, the release said.
At midnight on Friday, Texas malls, museums, restaurants and movie theaters can open at up to 25% capacity, according to Abbott's executive order.