To be sure, the wearing of the green was obvious as the women prepared to play in the Irish Sixes event.
A collection for the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute Day was well supported.
Jan Coe, Sue Turnbull and Francie Mark won the day, scoring 82 points.
Runners up were Di Day, Chris Coleman and Sheryl Curran with 79 points.
Nearest-the-pins: third Gallery Café and the 14th One4One Café, Liz Mulcahy; sixth Tatura Hot Bread, Janette Hayward; ninth Café Alofa, Elaine Dunk.
President Francie and her helpers extended the Irish theme into the club house during lunch, when players were greeted by beautifully decorated tables, which included green and orange shamrocks and small bowls of orange and green sweets for the women to enjoy.
Pennant: The winter season of pennant begins Saturday, April 28, and concludes Monday, May 28.
Hill Top will have a division one team, and two other teams with divisions not yet decided.
Division one was happy to learn that Sandy Millett will play for Hill Top, giving it a huge chance of winning another pennant.
Wednesday’s event: Stableford, sponsor Tatura Caravans.
Nine-hole event: Front nine.