Members of the Lake Conjola bowling club have lopped off their locks to raise money for mental health.
The group were inspired by Troy Jones, a former Mollymook local, who recently completed a 73 day run from Perth to Sydney for suicide prevention and mental health awareness.
Together they raised just over $5000 thanks to the generosity of club members.
This contributed to the $62,000 Troy raised all together as part of his Crossing for a Cause project.
Secretary manager Shelley Payten said the idea came from club member Ian Smith, who knows Troy personally, and wanted to fundraise for the worthy cause by cutting his hair into a mullet.
"We set a goal of $700 originally and had no idea it would be so successful, with a few people volunteering to shave their heads for donations too," she said.
"What started with just a mullet, ended up with a group of people shaving their heads, it was amazing."
A club member cheekily offered to donate $500 to see Shelley shave her head, which she agreed to with relish.
"Of course I couldn't turn that kind of donation down, so I got a number two cut!," she said.
She was joined by club president Bob O'Brien and his wife Dianne, while Ian Smith is now proudly sporting a mullet haircut.