Port Fairy ladies club captain Di Grieves says the club championships will proceed at this stage with numerous measures in place due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The third round of the ladies draw will be held on Thursday before the final round on Saturday.
The clubhouse will be closed with social distancing measures to be followed.
"There will be no pins in place on greens, no rakes on bunkers," Grieves said.
"Basically they'll play their round and go home.
"It's a little disappointing but it's the new world we live in."
There's plenty to be excited about in the A grade ladies competition with an interesting battle between 11-time champion Anne Dwyer and Vicki Johnstone.
Johnstone, playing off 12, leads by seven strokes with a 169 gross score after two rounds.
The leader has hit form at the perfect time after an extended stint away from the course due to injury.
She won the Port Fairy ladies singles knockout on March 17.
Dwyer, who won last year's championship, is playing off 10 with a gross score of 176.
"It'll be interesting to see whether we have a new club champion," Grieves said.
The club captain said other A grade contenders included Di Robinson (178 gross), Martina Whelan (179) and Glenda Clarke (179).
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Grieves, playing off 18, is leading the B grade on 189 gross.
She's eight strokes ahead of Jane Ritchie with 197 gross.
Helen Mahony (200 gross) and Sue Saul (201) are the other ones in with a chance.
Meanwhile, a new golfer is leading C grade.
Linda Vaughan, a 33-handicapper, has a 215 gross.
She leads Ros Bromell on 219 gross, Trish Riordan on 220 gross and Beryl Duncan with 221 gross.
Port Fairy was set to have a combined mens and ladies presentation on Saturday for the first time.
Grieves said the structure of that would be revised as the clubhouse could not be used.
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