Naracoorte's Greg Sinclair and Peter Brown rest their legs before the big day of golf.
Denise Wray, Anne Mitchell, Gayle Kemp, Bob Kemp, Sharon Drabsch and Tony Wilson travelled from as far as Melbourne and Queensland to represent Mini Jumbuck in the Taste Ambrose Golf Day.
Penola's Grant Stephenson and Naracoorte's Neil Jones represent Patrick of Coonawarra.
Deb Foster of Apsley, Barb Hawkins of Goroke, Sally Hawkins of Frances, and Liz Kealy of Edenhope get ready to tee off.
The boys from Drew's Workshop Supplies: Matt Drew, Steve Gilbert, Steve Kane and James Ellis.
MiniJumbuk chair Don Wray (right) with colleagues John Finnis (left) and Rick Adams and Melbourne's Wayne Sheppard - who works for Adairs.
Nick Westley travelled from Darwin to compete in the golf day with Penola's Tom Pearce and Naracoorte's James Norcock.
Nigel Block, Nathan Smith, Kirsty Hawkins, Robert Jones and Anna Hawkins get ready for the golf day.
Heath Nankivell (left) pays his registration to organisers Joe McInnes and Scott Lawrie.
Michael Parker gets ready to tee off at the 10th hole.
Naracoorte's Scott Murray (left) and Greg Hill (right) take Echunga's Brenton Hastie and Mount Gambier's George Rodis around the course.
George Rodis travelled from Mount Gambier for the day.
The Taste Ambrose Golf Day on Friday saw 150 hit the golf course in Naracoorte for a bit of fun competition.
Sponsored by Di Giorgio Family Wines and MiniJumbuck, there were about $3000 worth of prizes up for grabs.
Registration included free entry to the Naracoorte Cup on the Sunday.