The last time Julie Shepherd held a golf club, she tore a chunk out of the greens.
But on April 6, she will tear up the greens for a good cause.
Fundraising for Junee High School, last year's golf day raised up to $3000.
With almost double the teams expected this year, Ms Shepherd is hoping to raise that figure exponentially.
"It's a bigger day than it was last year, we've got a band coming in the evening [to the Red Cow], old Junee boy Andrew Wallace will be playing," said Ms Shepherd.
While most of the teams are made up of relative novice players, Ms Shepherd said there are a few teams to watch.
"My son Joe's in one of the other teams, he's a pretty good player. The council team too, they've got some good golfers."
Teams have been entered from all the major sponsors, including Red Cow, Remax Real Estate, the Ex-Services Club, and the IGA.
Prizes of up to $300 are available to the best putters, with particular boasting rights to anyone who can sink a hole-in-one on the 158-metre ninth hole.