Llanymynech Golf Club claims to be Europe's only dual-country course, with its 18 holes divided between the counties of Powys in Wales and Shropshire in England, including one that straddles both nations.
Governments in the other parts of the United Kingdom have so far erred on the side of caution, using devolved powers to keep the ban in place even though it will be lifted in England from Wednesday, May 13.
Welsh Government response to the Covid-19 pandemic is now that people should only drive to exercise if you have mobility issues and that should remain "local" with no actual distance specified. Both countries have differing lockdown guidelines over playing the sport.
Clubs have been shut during lockdown but the government has offered legal clarification that could see golfers returning to the fairways.
"We will be on hand to assist with these", said a statement from Wales Golf, which runs the sport in the country.
However as almost 2,000 courses in England prepared for an influx of players, the Welsh government relented.
Some golf courses have public footpaths that will of course, remain open to the public but people are strongly advised to keep to those footpaths, keep dogs on a short lead and take care.
The Government clarified that the change in the rules did not restrict golfers to playing on their own - or just with a member of their own household - on Monday afternoon.
A 50-page explanatory document, concerning the prime minister's statement and the next steps, was published yesterday in the House of Commons.
It added: "The pandemic has already had a substantial impact on golf clubs and venues and the focus will soon turn to trying to recover from the crisis".
"As a group we will continue to do all we can to provide support and guidance in that effort".
However, as they re-open today under strict government guidelines, they do not want anybody to get hurt.