Alyth Golf Club has managed to raise a fantastic £1,100 for Scottish Autism through a competition.
The competition comprised 72 members all playing for a trophy called the ‘Five Roads Challenge’ so named because of the five way roundabout at the top of the road.
Craig said: “Scottish Autism is my favoured charity and I was kindly given permission by the club to hold this tournament which, going by the team photo, you can see was very popular.”
A Scottish Autism spokesman, said: “With 50,000 people living in Scotland with Autism we want to reach as many people as possible.
“Autism is a complex condition with no two people being the same, we are here to enable those with autism throughout their whole life journey.
“The support of Alyth Golf Club is hugely appreciated, calls to our advice line have doubled in the last year and funds raised such as those by this golf tournament will help us make a difference.”