Courses are closing in the US as Hurricane Florence approaches the Atlantic coast.

In Florida, the golf course at Jupiter National Golf Club is closed due to flooding from Hurricane Florence.

The other golf course in Jacksonville, the Jupiter Golf Club, is also closed due water levels are higher.

“The golf course is closed as a precautionary measure,” the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said in a tweet.

The golf club said in another tweet that the golfers had a “safe and enjoyable experience” on the course.

“We are not closing golf courses as a result of this hurricane.

We will be reopening as soon as we can,” the golf club tweeted.

The Golf Club at Jupiter, located about 50 miles south of Orlando, closed for two weeks after a flooded parking lot flooded.

The Golf Course at Jupiter at Jacksonville, located near Jacksonville, closed after flooding.

Both golf courses have golf courses in nearby towns.

In Pennsylvania, golf courses are being closed due weather concerns.

In New York City, the Grand Country Club closed due floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey, and in Syracuse, Syracuse Golf and Country Club is closing because of flooding in the area.

A golf course for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga closed after the campus was flooded.

A golfer walks on a golf course on the golf green at the Tennessee Country Club in Nashville, Tennessee, on Sunday, October 25, 2018.

A player and a spectator at the golf fairgrounds in Stuttgart, Germany, are silhouetted in this photo taken by a photographer during a game between the United States and South Korea at the 2018 Masters golf tournament in Stutgart, October 28, 2018.(Photo by Thomas Hildreth/Reuters)A golier prepares a shot during the 2017 World Golf Championships on the 16th green of the Men’s Green.

The World Golf Confederation (WGC) said in an emailed statement that it was closed for “due to flood conditions.”

“The World, the WGC, the International Golf Federation (IGF), and the Ryder Cup Organizing Committee are working together to manage the impact on the World Golf Championship events and tours in the region,” the statement said.

The WGC is also suspending the Masters and Ryder Cup tournaments in the United Kingdom, France, Germany and Italy.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.