A Wodonga golfer who turns 90 next year has claimed the club's monthly medal.
Dot Looker fired a neat 100 off the stick from her 27 handicap.
"Actually, I'm very seldom off the fairway," she said.
"My long game is always quite good, but sometimes I have trouble with my putting."
The five-time great great grandmother was quizzed what distances she can hit the ball from the tee.
"I don't think I've got any idea," she laughed.
In the game of golf, where the mind rules supreme, maybe too much information only clogs the brain.
The 88-year-old plays twice a week at Wodonga.
"I used to travel a lot, but I don't any more," she said.
Dot had three pars in her winning score.
"I parred the sixth, 16th and 17th," she said proudly.
"I also got nearest the pin on the 16th, I was 2.3 (metres) away, but I just missed the birdie putt.
"My putting's a bit up the creek."
Unlike some golfers who think a missed putt is more important than life itself, Looker says she never gets cranky.
"No I don't, I'm only out there to enjoy myself," she said.
"It doesn't even worry me if I play badly, I don't get annoyed with myself."
Originally from a dairy farm at Tintaldra, near Corryong, Dot returned home last week to attend a funeral, where she was invited to play at nearby Welaregang on Monday.
"I'll keep playing as long as I can, honestly I don't feel old."
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