On Saturday, Dustin Johnson’s other-half practiced her swing while celebrating her special day in the Bahamas.
Dressed in denim shorts and a green long-sleeved T-shirt, Gretzky swung as the group watched on.
The couple — who have been engaged since 2013 and share young two sons — later celebrated with a group getaway to St. Barths.
Over the weekend, Gretzky posted photos and videos from her birthday festivities to Instagram, which drew criticism from some in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Corona party?” one follower commented.
“Hopefully this is a re-post from 2019, because there ain’t much social distancing going on there,” another replied.
“Wow must not be in the middle of a pandemic wherever this is,” one wrote.
Those traveling to the Bahamas must have a negative COVID-19 swab test, per the Bahamas’ tourism website, which is to be “test taken no more than 5 days prior to the date of arrival.” Travelers also can apply for a travel health visa.
There have been over 7700 total confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Bahamas, according to the Ministry of Health’s press release Thursday, noting a breakdown of eight newly confirmed cases.