Courses are closed, driving range are closed. Hitting into a net is fine, and putting on a mat is okay, but there must be something else.
So on 03/22/20, the fourth day of being home, I went out with my wife and drove to the desert in the morning and in the afternoon.
Sunday morning weather was gorgeous- patchy clouds with very little wind in the high 50s.
Sunday afternoon. Cloud covered skies breezy 12-15 miles an hour with light showers.
Out in the open desert of Antelope Valley (California) with beautiful scenery, I took with me a bag of balls and a few clubs and a laser finder. In the afternoon, I had my whole bag with me and more golf balls. Both times I hopped on the four by and got as far away as I could from anyone in sight which isn't hard to do from where I live anyway.
The morning terrain I found was towards east and a slight up hill facing some wild but patchy poppy flowers. In the afternoon, I was on top of a hill with some gorgeous terrains below, somewhere in the west side.
I never thought I would say this about a land of tumbleweeds, Joshua trees and maybe some type of junipers with some patchy poppy flowers from a distance, but I found it to be gorgeous, peaceful and perfect for target golf ball shooting. I was able to hike up and down but it was probably less than a half a mile all together. In the end I was able to satisfy some parts of golf activity.
Stay safe everyone.