Fundraisers raised £2,500 for a cancer charity after a golf tournament in Inverness.
The Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) held its annual Highland Quaich competition at Inverness Golf Club and the city’s Kingsmills Hotel in aid of Pancreatic Cancer Scotland.
Money was raised through sponsorship of the 18 tees, where participating businesses were able to display signage and flags.
The SPOA is a trade association of UK construction industry plant owners and operators.
The Highland Quaich was won by Ryan McLaren of Murray Plant, while the winning visitor was John Young.
Callum Mackintosh, SPOA vice president and managing director of HHH Equipment, said: “It was great to have such a good turnout for this year’s Highland Quaich golf tournament.
“Member businesses from Caithness and Sutherland, Ross-shire, Inverness, Moray, Aberdeenshire and the central belt all clubbed together to raise funds for an incredibly worthy cause – Pancreatic Cancer Scotland.”