It was all Garry Wilbraham could say when he witnessed the senseless vandalism of the car park area of the Nowra Golf Course.
Wilbraham, the club's secretary manager, was left dumbfounded by the damage after a large grass section between the car park and the actual course itself had been turned into a chewed up muddy mess, with a mud track now carved into the edge of the road.
The area more resembles a scrambler track after a weekend of full on motorbike racing, rather than just a grassed area of a car park.
Initially, the area suffered some damage on Thursday evening, but Mr Wilbraham said those responsible, or either others, came back on Sunday evening and "did a real job".
"It's just unbelievable," he said.
"It's either been one or a number of four-wheel drive vehicles or other high powered vehicles.
"They even drove in and around power poles to churn the area up.
"I just don't get it."
And the damage didn't end there, there is evidence of a vehicle backing up to the banked area under the practice putting green and "spinning the wheels", while a concrete power pole in an adjacent dirt car parking area also bears the scars of something having collided with it.
Further along Fairway Drive and another large swathe of grass has been churned up at the entrance to the Greys Beach boat ramp car park.
There it appears, those responsible didn't even bother about the koppers logs fencing, just drove through it to create another "fun place to churn up" - ultimately just another mess to clean up.
"It's just blatant vandalism and stupidity," Mr Wilbraham said
"It's just anti-social behaviour."
Mr Wilbraham said there have been ongoing issues over a number of years at the location.
"We don't know who's involved - it could be one person or a group who enjoyed themselves we're not sure," he said.
"You have to see it to believe it."
The car park area was also scattered with broken glass and rubbish, in particular from fast food outlets.
That meant another clean up for the club's many hardworking volunteers on Monday morning.
A large burn out was also streaked across the car park.
"The area, although damaged previously, was okay when volunteers left Sunday afternoon, so it's happened some time after that," he said.
Mr Wilbraham said the damage is heartbreaking for a number of volunteers who have been working tirelessly around the club and its surrounds.
"Our volunteers work so hard," he said.
"They are always here doing something - we have one who comes down every morning and picks up all the rubbish that is left each night in the car park. It's not right - we shouldn't have to do that."
Mr Wilbraham said Nowra Police and Shoalhaven City Council have been contacted in the past over issues.
"We've had rangers down and spoke to police but it's pretty hard unless you actually capture someone in the act," he said.
The club has even gone as far as installing large flood lights in the area and CCTV cameras in an effort to identify the culprits.
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