GOLF club members teed off to raise money for charity.
The members of Longley Golf Club joined forces with teams from other clubs around Huddersfield to compete in the charity golf day.
The event raised more than £2,200 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
The club decided to support the charity after member Ian Senior, 46, was recently diagnosed with the muscle-wasting disease.
Member Nick Dworsky said: “Ian is such a lovely man. He’s got four young children so for him to contact this terrible illness at this age is really sad.
“Although Ian was diagnosed about five months ago, he was having symptoms for about two years.
“It’s an awful degenerative disease, yet not many people are aware of it and there’s not much funding.
“As a club we wanted to do something for Ian and the charity.
“Everyone got behind the day and Ian was very happy with it. He loves his golf and was out playing himself.”
The day – which involved 128 players – ended with an awards presentation, prize auction and disco.