Chris Adams and Carolyn Hogg are celebrating their most memorable golfing success after hitting their way into the history books.
In the space of seven days the long-time work colleagues and friends won the Tamworth and Longyard ladies open fourball titles - a feat that it is believed hasn't been achieved before.
The pair have worked together in the QantasLink office for over 20 years and regularly play together socially of a Saturday morning as a way to wind down after the working week.
They have over the years teamed up in different tournaments locally but until their recent success hadn't picked up a winners' trophy.
Given that, Adams admitted it was a bit of a surprise, especially to gel so well for two tournaments in a row.
"We just combined really well," she said.
The Tamworth tournament was first-up and saw the pair finish on +10, which equated to playing 10 shots better than their combined handicap.
One of the secrets to their success was consistency.
"We had the same score on both nines (front and back) - +5 and +5," Adams said.
Backing up the following Sunday in the Longyard championships they won on a count-back with +7.
"Caz (Hogg) played beautifully that day," she said.
"She finished the last hole with a birdie."
Adams said Hogg's play generally over the last few holes probably won it for them.
Both Longyard members she said it was "very special" to win their home tournament.
They had played in it a few times before but had "never come close".