YOU won't find Nola Lattimer and Doreen Ashley being idle.
Both women are 83 and love playing golf.
They are two of the longest serving members at Liverpool Women's Golf Club.
Other club members — both men and women — marvel at their skill and enthusiasm for the game.
Each Wednesday the spritely duo get their golf gear and play 18 holes at the Lansvale course.
Mrs Lattimer started playing golf at the age of 30.
She is the only current women's player who was with the Liverpool Club when it was in Collingwood up until 1971.
The club's current course at Hollywood Drive, Lansvale, opened that same year.
Mrs Lattimer has a 15 handicap and has been a dominant player at the club for more than 50 years.
"I've won the club championship 25 times," Mrs Lattimer said.
"I have played in 50 club championships.
"I have been playing golf for 53 years."
Mrs Ashley plays off a handicap of 25 and has been with the club for 40 years.
"We enjoy playing each playing each Wednesday, we have made many friends over the years," Mrs Ashley said.
"We have a lot of fun and enjoyment."
There are 60 women's golf members who play at the Lansvale course each week.
Liverpool Women's Golf Club chairwoman Deanna Bruker said Mrs Lattimer and Mrs Ashley were remarkable .
"They are wonderful people who enjoy their golf and have built many friendships through the social side of the sport," Mrs Bruker said.
"Nola and Doreen are great examples to us all and have a positive attitude."