JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — A small plane made an emergency landing on Fox Hollow Golf Course in Lakewood on Monday morning.

The emergency landing was reported around 7:30 a.m. on the Links course on hole 4.

No injuries were reported from the two pilots who were on the plane.

There were approximately 150 kids on the golf course for junior golf at the time of the emergency landing. No one on the course was injured.

According to the tail number of the plane, it is registered to Marsh Equipment LLC in Aurora, Oregon. The plane is a fixed-wing multi-engine plane. It took off from Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport around 6:57 a.m., according to Flight Aware.

“Due to a plane that made an emergency landing on the Links at Fox Hollow this morning, Links no. 4 through 6 will be closed today. Anyone’s round that is affected will only be charged a 9 hole fee,” Fox Hollow said.

Fox Hollow Assistant Golf Professional Paula Bauer radioed in rangers as she watched the plane land with the junior golfers.

“It was it felt like it was in slow motion because you see it, you’re trying to comprehend, ‘Wow, that plane is really that low’ and then it’s getting lower and lower,” Bauer said. “My first reaction was, ‘We’ve got a problem. Something’s happening. That plane’s going down.’”

Bauer said some of the junior golfers were close enough on the fairway to notice key details.

“One young man, Wyatt, said first he heard the engine, then there was no engine sound, and the right propeller wasn’t working,” Bauer said. “I have to hand it to those pilots. They were paying attention trying to find a safe place to land and they did. And all the kids are safe. Everybody here at the golf course is safe.”

The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating.