Golfers teed off yesterday as Northern Ireland took its next gradual steps out of lockdown.
Following the return of the first children to school last month, the latest relaxation of the restrictions means up to six people from no more than two households are permitted to meet outdoors in a private garden.
Golf courses reopened for the first time since 26 December, however clubhouses remained closed as part of the Stormont Executive's gradual emergence from lockdown.
It comes as 107 individuals tested positive for Covid in the North. No further deaths were reported.
At Shandon Park Golf Club in east Belfast, the first golfers arrived at 6.30am to snap up their pre-booked 7am slot to tee off.
The club's general manager Marianne Hood said the bright, sunny start to the day added to the good feeling as their golfers returned.
"Everyone has got a spring in their step, it helps that the weather is so good and the course has been looked after so well during closure," she said.
"We officially teed off at 7am but the first were here at 6.30am just to make sure they didn't miss one minute.