Mike I personally feel your chances of contracting the virus are just as good at home or in some cases worse. I am playing golf regularly and I do not plan to live my life in a bubble, I wear a mask when I go out in public and I sanitize my hands after any contact outside of our home. I respect those people who feel threatened by any public activity but even if you contract it the hospitalization rate is 4.6 per 100,000 positive tests. So even if you get it you have a very good chance you might not even know you have it. The odds of making a hole in one are 12,500 to 1, the odds of requiring a hospital visit from the Covid virus are 20,000 to 1, so you have a far better chance of getting multiple hole in ones than you do contracting the virus and becoming seriously sick.