Stoke City and Scotland midfield player Charlie Adam was back in his native Dundee for a golf event at Caird Park.
The competition was played in honour of his late father, Charlie senior, and this inaugural Charlie Adam Memorial Cup proved to be a great success at the weekend.
The event will now take place on an annual basis.
Charlie junior played in the event and brought four friends with him from Lytham St Annes where he now lives.
Tom Alexander, one of the event organisers, said: “There were competitors from the Stobswell Bar and the Powrie Bar plus others. All who took part were family and friends of Charlie senior.”
There were 10 teams of two players each and prizes included nearest the hole and longest drive.
“We also had a prize lined up for anyone who scored an ace but no one managed it.
“It was a brilliant event, an unbelievable day.
“After the golf, we all headed back to the Powrie Bar, who had put a band on. There was also a buffet and it was the perfect end to a perfect day.”
Charlie Adam senior played amateur and junior football in Dundee before going on to play at senior level for Montrose, St Johnstone, Forfar, Brechin and Dundee United.