For the thousands of players who swing a club at the Prospect Vale Country Club Golf Course, it will now be impossible not to stop and consider how they are feeling.
But that thought will not be of disappointment regarding a poor opening three holes, or if their opening drive went skew-whiff, it will be about their mental health.
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The Prospect Vale course now features a bright blue painted tree nestled on the fourth hole - a place it is impossible to miss.
Club captain Dale Middap said the tree was an ever-present landmark used by players as a guide for where to fire their drive.
He said, in painting it blue, it offered an unavoidable opportunity to reflect on their mental state.
It's a huge blue tree in the middle of our golf course. It looks incredible and it just stands out.- Prospect Vale Golf Club captain Dale Middap
"It's a huge blue tree in the middle of our golf course. It looks incredible and it just stands out," he said.
"You can even see it from the road as you come in."
The latest blue tree is part of the Blue Tree Project which started in 2014 and is aimed at raising awareness about mental health.
Across the country there are 688 trees, but the Prospect Vale addition is just the fourth in Tasmania, with trees already at Rossarden, Perth and Penguin.
The idea to paint the tree was one wholly agreed to by the senior members of the club, and likely to be embraced by the 450 club members.
Seventy-four-year-old Mr Middap said drawing attention to mental health was something the club had made a point of, and an idea that would have seemed foreign not long ago.
He said he was proud to be part of a club helping to maintain a conversation about mental health, and he was sure members had seen benefit as a result.
Paint was donated by Dulux and club member Marcus McSwan volunteered his time to paint the tree.
Mr Middap said the club hoped to have an official "launch" of the painted tree with a family barbecue after a golf day.
As part of the launch, children would be encouraged to mark the bottom third of tree with blue paint.
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