Up to 150 professional women golfers from 32 different countries will expect the best when they converge on Dubbo Golf Club in March.
Water gifted to the club will ensure they get it.
Dubbo Golf Club has had to consider what not to water in the lead up to the 2020 Women's NSW Open.
An entrenched drought and the slashing of the club's allocation of water from Burrendong Dam threatened preparations for the European qualifier.
But a company working predominately in the Central West of NSW has come to the club's rescue with the promise of 30 megalitres of water.
Alkane Resources, a gold production company with a multi-commodity exploration and development portfolio, has opted to donate the high security water to the club because it is "relevant for Dubbo and the greater region".
Perth-based managing director Nic Earner, who called into the club on Wednesday, said the company held water licences for its projects in the region "including ones that allow us to draw from the Macquarie River".
"We can choose to allocate those licences as we see fit," he said.
"Normally what we do is either use the water for our mines or if we don't need it we sell it.
We sell the licences so in this case we will be selling less."
Normally what we do is either use the water for our mines or if we don't need it we sell it. We sell the licences so in this case we will be selling less.Alkane Resources managing director Nic Earner
Thirty megalitres of water would fill 12 Olympic-sized swimming pools.
Club general manager Rod Archer said half the donation would be used to commission a new dual-line irrigation system for its 27-hole course.
In January the state government gave the club $1.05 million for a new irrigation system and $250,000 for a lift in the clubhouse.
"The first 15 megalitres to commission the system is really, really important, but the second 15 megalitres will get us to that March date," Mr Archer said.
Club president Niall McNicol calls the 30 megalitres "pure gold".
He said the club's water allocation had been cut by about "330 megs to 70" this year.
The president said without the donation "there would be no water for the fairways and we would water the greens and the tees only".
The club is expecting more than 2500 people to come to Dubbo for the prestigious four-day event, for which dates are yet to be announced.
It is the only club with a 27-hole course west of the Blue Mountains.