The internationally-renowned Royal Dornoch Golf Club is continuing a drive to help its neighbours by seeking new community projects to support.
Big-hearted golfers at the world famous club established a community fund from green fees in 2015 to help local groups.
Since then, £12,000 has been distributed to 25 causes, including church groups, sports clubs and children’s and youth activities.
Last year, assistance was also given to a committee organising a series of activities to mark 400 years of golf being played in the town.
The club, which is part of Highlands Golf Links (HGL) – a partner body that promotes golf tourism in the region – is now seeking new applications for funding.
Neil Hampton, Royal Dornoch Golf Club’s general manager, said: “We are very proud members of our community and feel privileged to be in a position to help other organisations which contribute to community life.
“We are now keen to receive new applications to help local groups continue their valuable work.”
Up to 1% of the club’s green fees income is used to top up the social fund.
Organisations based within the IV25 postcode can apply for donations of up to £500, with payments determined by a four-strong committee, including the club Captain and the two immediate predecessors, as well as a nominee from Dornoch Area Community Council.