Hoons have once again used Bundarra Golf Club as their personal driving range - doing doughnuts on fairways and a green and infuriating club members.
The offences by "these miserable people" include a motorbike(s) doing doughnuts of the second green, breaking the pin in the process, and a car(s) doing doughnuts on the second and fourth fairways.
Such vandalism has been an ongoing issue at the course, with club members desperate to catch the offenders in the act so they can report them to police and bring a stop to the "senseless" incidents.
A shed on the course was broken into and diesel fuel was stole, while a tractor battery was also stolen, the club said.
The hoons and thieves struck last week.
The club, which detailed the offences in a Facebook post, reported the matter to police and has called on anyone with information on the "serious offences" to inform police.
Club president Peter Gregory said: "It's obvious that there's someone here who doesn't give a hoot, to put it mildly, about the course at all."
Denise Goodall, a member of the club and its former secretary, posted the Facebook rebuke of the offenders, saying she was "feeling angry".
"Can everyone please share this post, these miserable people are spoiling it for the whole community and fundraising is no easy task with only a few volunteers," she commented on the post.
As of Thursday afternoon, the post had been shared 52 times.
It was entitled "Important Notice", with the club describing the damage and theft as "serious offences by person/persons unknown".
"However, the committee have reported these offences to the police and it is under investigation and the offenders will be prosecuted when found," the club said.
It added: "The golf course fairways, greens and amenities are maintained by a small band of volunteers for the benefit of the whole community. We rely on fundraising to buy fuel and maintain the mowers and tractors."