YOU won't find Nola Lattimer and Doreen Ashley being idle.
The octogenarians show the enthusiasm of people in their youth.
Both women are 83 and are showing no signs of slowing down.
They love playing golf.
The players are two of the longest-serving members at Liverpool Women's Golf Club.
Other club members, men and women, marvel at their skill and zest for the game.
Each Wednesday the spritely duo get their gear and play 18 holes at Lansvale. Lattimer started playing golf when she was 30.
She is the only woman still playing who was with the Liverpool Club when it was at Collingwood. Golf ceased there in 1971.
The club's course at Hollywood Drive, Lansvale, opened in 1971.
Lattimer plays off a 15 handicap.
She has been a dominant player at the club for more than 50 years.
"I've won the club championship 25 times," Lattimer said.
"I have played in 50 club championships.
"I have been playing golf for 53 years."
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," she 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 Lattimer and Ashley are remarkable.
"They are wonderful people who enjoy their golf and through the social side of the sport have built many friendships," Bruker said.
"Nola and Doreen are great examples to us all and have a positive attitude."