It's round two for the hotly contested Tibooburra day and night golf event where golfers will be put to the test in rugged terrain on the desert golf course.
This time there will be a nine-hole ambrose, which tees off at 3pm and then again after dark on November 16.
There will be a kids camp oven cooking competition with prizes as well the toy library will be in attendance from Broken Hill.
It comes just four months after the inaugural golf and butchering day, which saw around 200 people attend.
"Everyone was happy to get the golf club up and running after 20 years," organiser Nic Stevenson said.
"We had 14mm of rain the other day but there were more people that missed out and didn't get any.
"So we really need events like this to keep spirits high in this drought and bring everyone together."
There will be glow sticks to line the fairway during the night golf and luminescent golf balls so people can see where they are going in the night.