Trudy Parker has achieved something few can lay claim to, hitting a hole-in-one.
It was Parker's second ace and her second at Horsham Golf Club.
Amazingly, both came at the eighth hole.
Parker's first hole in one came in 2006 when she was "pretty much a beginner" and using a different club.
"(This time) I used my favourite six hybrid, and managed to hit a straight shot down the fairway and it bounced onto the green and it went straight into the hole, which was great," Parker said.
"I guess I've got the groundskeeper to thank as well for his pin placement for the day.
"It's always good to hit a straight shot on our par threes because they're all pretty challenging at the Horsham Golf club, and there are lots of bunkers to avoid as well.
"My friends and I had a lot of fun celebrating.
"We played the full 18 holes and the girls shouted me a drink afterwards, so that was lovely."
Asked if she knew straight away the ball was going in, the Horsham Golf Club ladies' president said, "you never really know".
"We watched it and then it started to roll towards the hole and yeah it just kept going," she said.
"I got one of the girls to use her viewfinder to zoom in, to make sure it hadn't lipped around the cup.
"She couldn't find it and said, I think it's gone in, and we were all very pleased that it went in. It was all a bit of fun and one of those things that you don't expect really."
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