A competition will be held to mark the closure of Hounslow Heath Golf Centre this month, as the future of the heathland remains up in the air.
Golfers of all ages and abilities have been invited to enter a competition on Tuesday, September 27, as a last hurrah.
Players can sign up to enter by calling the club on 020 8570 5271 ahead of the deadline, which falls on Sunday, September 25, at 1pm.
The price to enter will be the normal green fees, which are £5 for nine holes and £10 for 18 holes, and competitors are due to tee off from around 8am that morning.
What happens next?
What will happen to the land once the golf course closes remains unclear.
Hounslow Council , which owns the land, has said the site will be kept secure until a decision is made on the future use.
getwestlondon previously reported upon rumours part of the course may become a travellers' site, but the council has said there are "no current agreed plans" for such a use.
The managers of Hobbledown children's adventure park and zoo in Epsom had applied to open a similar attraction called Hobbler's Heath at the site.
But Kidspace Adventure Holdings' application was rejected earlier this year amid concerns about the loss of public open space.
It is understood the company has until Saturday (September 10) - six months after planning permission was refused - to lodge an objection.
Calls for a new trust to manage the heath
Kidspace had argued that the 120-acre site, which was previously used as a dumping ground, was not part of the Hounslow Heath nature reserve and that there were no rights to roam on the land.
But campaigners insisted otherwise and June Stewart, who played an influential role in opposing the adventure park plans , said it was important to preserve the land for public use once the golf club closes.
"The golf course is part of Hounslow Heath and I would like to see a Hounslow Heath trust set up to help preserve and promote the whole site, like you have with Bedfont Lakes," she said.
"There's a lot you could do with that area and I think people should be invited to give their views in a public consultation."
In the meantime, she said, the council had assured her that members of the public would enjoy the right to roam the land.
'Battle to protect heathland has raised its profile'
Ms Stewart, who lives a stone's throw from the heath, said the battle against the adventure park plans had raised the profile of the green space.
She told getwestlondon many people who never realised it existed or what a beautiful space it was had become regular visitors.
Volunteers have also been rolling up their sleeves to join a new Green Gym on the heath, she added, members of which get fit while carrying out conservation work.
Decline of the golf club
Hounslow Heath Golf Centre opened in 1979 and at its peak more than 25,000 rounds were played there each year.
But interest declined and the council said in 2014 it was costing £120,000 a year to sustain.