The City of Dallas will reopen golf courses and tennis courts in a limited capacity starting Friday, May 1.

The city owns six 18-hole golf courses. The Royal Oaks Country Club golf course is privately owned, so you will need a membership and a reserved T time to golf here.

These are the restrictions for golf:

• Allow only one golfer per cart unless the other rider is a child aged 10 or under
• Restrict tee time reservations to online or by phone only; no walkups
• Restrict tee times to foursomes only
• No more than four customers at a time in the pro shops
• Golf pros will clean and sanitize carts after each rental and before being checked out

These are restrictions for tennis centers:

• No more than two players at a time in the pro shops
• Pros will clean and sanitize rental equipment between users

The city is also allowing outdoor group fitness classes with these restrictions:

• Provide a minimum of 12 feet between participants with clearly identified workout locations
• Ensure equipment is wiped down and sanitized after each user and before issuing to the next participant

Here are restrictions for the City of Dallas-owned Elm Fork Gun Range:

• Place 6-foot markings for points where lines form
• Open only every other shooting lane for rental, providing for greater than 6 feet of distancing
• Remove group seating areas
• Allow for call-in food orders only