However, those donning their golf shoes for a round on the course have been reminded to protect their skin during the hot summer weather.
Bevis Man of the British Skin Foundation said people should prevent themselves from being sunburnt.
Wearing the correct golf clothing is crucial to remain safe on the course and reduce the risk of sunburn which could lead to further complications.
Sunburn is a sign of skin damage and also increases the risk of skin cancer later in life so golfers have been urged to slap on the sunscreen and the correct golf clothing when they hit the fairways this summer.
The British Skin Foundation recently revealed that the incidence rates of malignant melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, increased by over four times in the UK in the last 30 years.