Golfers are being asked to tee off for charity after 2018's annual event raised a record-breaking £28,000.
The Autism Jersey Annual Golf Day is set to take place on Friday and will feature 25 competing teams of four players.
It was booked out faster than any other year and organisers are hoping it will raise even more than last year.
Funds raised will go towards a new residential, community-based autism centre.
Nick Winsor, chairman of Autism Jersey, said: “The golf day has become the biggest annual event in our calendar and is our largest single fundraiser.
"The longstanding partnership with JT as corporate sponsor has played a big part in the continued success and growing popularity of the event."