Golf officials from the Merimbula-Pambula Golf Club said it had been incredibly saddening to see the loss of life and property around the Bega Valley in the past two weeks.
A spokeswoman for the club said it had also taken a toll on the tourism industry with members noting a number of local businesses struggling throughout the shire.
The club will hold a Charity golf day on January 19 from 10am with proceeds to Bega Red Cross for distribution locally.
Information is available on the club's website or you can call the pro shop on 6495 6280 for more details. "We hope to raise some much-needed money on the day but also to raise some spirits," a spokeswoman said.
At a time when the club would normally be flooded with visiting golfers, the locals have been out on course for a few rounds with regular play starting to return.
A field of 117 contested on Wednesday and the A grade winner was Mick Potter with 40 points, while Prawit Prakotasung topped B grade with 42 points.
Stan Wilkes headed up C grade with 40points, but the day's best went to D grade winner Lewis Culliver with 45.
Saturday there were 119 starters with some outstanding results carded.
Robert Crewe headed up A grade with plus 3, while Baden Sinclair shot plus 7 to win B grade. Michael Blenkinsop headed up C grade with plus 2 and D grade went to Ron Sverdrupsen on plus 5. The smaller ladies fields resulted in a win for Jan Sheppard on Thursday with 38 and on Tuesday, Wendy Fleming won with 34.