A golf day is being held in memory of Carnoustie caddie legend Martin Roy.
The Martin Roy Open will take place at Arbroath Golf Course on September 16 and will mark a year since his sudden passing at the age of 59.
The golf day for caddies, friends and family has been organised during Tassie Week which is an annual open amateur tournament.
Steven Duncan, PGA golf professional at Carnoustie, said: “It’s coming up for a year since Martin passed away.
“I mentioned to his daughter Ailsa that it would be a good idea to perhaps have a golf day for Martin during Tassie Week which is quiet for the caddies.
“It’s going to be a low key event for caddies, friends and family of Martin.”
Steven said it was more of a fun day than a tournament although there will be prizes on the day.
He said it was being held to get the caddies and Martin’s family and friends together to reminisce after a year since his passing.
Martin Roy died suddenly at the age of 59 in September and his death left the golfing world in Tayside and beyond in mourning.
He was a fixture beside the first tee of the championship course for more than 25 years and carried a bag for famous faces such as US President George H.W Bush and American astronaut Neil Armstrong.
Following his passing the caddies of Carnoustie raised money to install a wooden bench on the first tee which carried the inscription that he was a “true legend of the Links” and “a one off, never to be forgotten”.
Born in Glasgow, Mr Roy was brought up in Carnoustie and played golf from a young age before starting work at Carnoustie Golf Links in 1984.
He was awarded the 2008 and 2011 Caddie Master of the Year title from Golf Tourism Scotland having previously picked up similar awards from 1999 to 2004 and then again in 2006.
He was inducted into the Professional Caddie Association of America’s Hall of Fame, becoming the first non-American caddie master to be bestowed the honour.
Within his role he would successfully fulfil up to 9,000 caddie requests a season and would also caddie in Florida during the winter months.
Mr Roy worked alongside his daughter Ailsa at Carnoustie Golf Links for 10 years before he died and she took over her father’s role.