It takes more than a pandemic to stop some Fife traditions.
The Rotary Club of St Andrews gathered to hold its members’ putting competition over the famous Himalayas course in the town under strict Covid-19 restrictions.
The winning trophy was first presented in 1951 by former President A W (Wilfie) Keith who ran a pharmacy business in the town.
Since then, the competition has been keenly contested every year and is a firm favourite event in the club’s calendar.
This year’s tournament director Angus Mitchell advised on coronavirus compliance to ensure the 2020 competition could go ahead safely, albeit socially distanced.
Fourteen Rotarians took part on a sunny, chilly evening and Alan Constable, who has won on five previous occasions, reclaimed his trophy by scoring 41 points.
Alan pushed David Bateman and Colin Brown, who both finished on 47, into second and third spot.
In accepting the Keith Cup, Alan complimented the Ladies Putting Club on the high quality of the course.