Have you been bowled over on the green - or afterwards - courtesy of one too many liquid refreshments?
A new campaign is encouraging lawn bowlers to enjoy their time on the green and in the clubhouse without getting jack high.
Even if you're not in the habit of wearing the wobbly boot, it doesn't mean you couldn't benefit from cutting down a little.
The Lighter Choice, Better Bowls campaign, a joint initiative of DrinkWise and Bowls Australia, aims to encourage moderation when drinking at your local bowling club.
The campaign was officially launched by federal Aged Care Minister Anika Wells at Everton Park Bowls and Community Club in Brisbane on October 8.
It encourages club members and guests across Australia to swap full strength alcohol for zero, low- and mid-strength options, which are being introduced at clubs around the country.
It will also see the introduction of posters, bar mats and coasters across the country's 1846 bowls clubs to help spread the message.
The aim is to help bowlers reduce their alcohol consumption, maintain health and achieve peak performance on the greens.
Recent DrinkWise research found half of Australian drinkers were looking to cut back on their alcohol consumption, while almost three quarters of drinkers aged 55 or older believed lower and zero strength alcohol products would allow people to take more control of their drinking habits.
DrinkWise chief executive Simon Strahan said healthy men and women should drink no more than 10 standard drinks a week and no more than four on any one day.
"This... campaign will assist us to continue to educate Australians about making healthier and safer choices if choosing to drink alcohol as they socialise and compete, as well as highlight the benefits to their health and to their bowls game," he said.
Bowls Australia president Bob Boorman said bowls clubs were an integral part of the community and the organisation wanted to ensure members and guests were making responsible choices.
"We know that catching up in the clubhouse following a game of bowls is an important weekly routine for around three quarters of a million Australians who play at their local bowls clubs," he said.
"We want to increase both the availability and awareness of the mid, low and zero alcohol alternatives now available to players, members and guests."
For more information on responsible drinking click HERE.