Firefighters in Maury County battled a fire near a golf course Monday in Spring Hill.
The fire broke out around 11:15 a.m. at King's Creek Golf Club on Kedron Road, south of Saturn Parkway.
Officials said five or six acres were damaged but it appears the golf course itself was spared.
"We don't know what caused it, but it's very dry, and it's humid. It could have been anything," said Spring Hill Fire Chief Jim Swindle.
Fire departments from Williamson and Maury counties were called in to help Spring Hill fire crews.
The hot and dry conditions have fire departments across the Mid-State concerned about fire hazards.
Spring Hill issued a burn ban Monday.
"We're not allowing any burning in the city, so hopefully that won't cause a fire but someone flicking a cigarette out the window, that will cause a fire right now," said Chief Swindle.
With no rain in the forecast, fire officials are already concerned about the Fourth of July.
"We're very concerned about the fireworks. We're going to send out some articles. Kids need to be supervised and really careful because it's dry," said Chief Swindle.
Both the Metro Nashville and Murfreesboro fire departments also issued burn bans Monday.As a reminder for the Fourth of July, fireworks are illegal in Davidson County.