Stawell Golf Club has seen one of the game's best feats, with a hole-in-one scored in April on the ninth hole.
Rosemary Perry scored her second career hole-in-one when her ball rolled in during the Wednesday Ladies Day competition on April 14.
Ms Perry said she was "euphoric" as she walked toward the green to see if her ball had dropped in.
"It is a bit euphoric really, and I am very lucky because so many golfers play all their lives and never have one," she said.
"I used a five-iron from the tee, and the flag was on the bottom tier of the green.
"Me and my playing companions all watched as it went up and hit the top of the bank and then rolled down the hill and into the hole.
"The girl I was playing with said, 'I think that went in.
"But when you're watching from a long way away, sometimes it looks like the ball might go in, but it is actually sitting at the back of the hole.
"We weren't sure until we got right up there and it was in the hole, which was very exciting."
Ms Perry also said she loves the game of golf and feels very lucky to have scored her second hole-in-one at the Stawell Golf Club.
"You feel very lucky that you've had one, let alone two. I know I will never have another one, but it is a great feeling that's for sure," she said.
"I had a hole-in-one in Stawell on the 17th in 1987, so it has taken me a long time to get the next one.
"I have been playing golf for around 35 years, and I started off playing at the Grange, but I switched over, and I have been a member at Stawell on and off for a few years.
"I have always loved my golf, and I have played a lot of different sports over the years, but golf would have to be my favourite.
"It is a challenge, some days you go out and have a good round and you think, I've got this game covered and others it brings you right back down to Earth again."
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