Customers and colleagues helped to raise £300 for charity at the annual golf day organised by Scottish Galvanizers.
A total of 28 players took part in the event, held at the famous Gleneagles course at the start of August.
William Rafferty, of Parkhead Welding Company, enjoyed the best day of all – winning the overall competition, claiming a reward for hitting the longest drive and then collecting the raffle prize of a shirt signed by Lee Westwood and an Amazon Echo.
Willie Smith (William Smith Engineering) was second with Hugh Jenkins (John Jenkins and Sons) and Andy Caldwell (J&D Pierce) tying for third.
It was a round to forget for Scottish Galvanizers’ own Martin Stevenson, however, as he picked up the wooden spoon for finishing last.
Paul Tait, Commercial Manager of Scottish Galvanizers, said: “It was a first class day and everyone thoroughly enjoyed it – even the sun came out for us.
“We were delighted to raise £300 for the Ronald McDonald House Charity and I’d like to thank everyone involved, including our sponsors who kindly donated prizes.”
Sponsors were Barclay & Mathieson, Morxol Marine, Clearwater, Apex Resources, Hayley Group, A&D Logistics, Murdock Skips and ChemTech.
By Wedge Group Galvanizing Ltd