LUSH green golf links were havens of peace for embattled former banker Sean FitzPatrick over the weekend.
The former Anglo Irish Bank chairman was seen enjoying himself with three friends amid wind and rain at the Royal Dublin Golf Club.
FitzPatrick kept a low profile as he partipated in a golf event on the course on Bull Island in Dublin Bay.
He and his pals had to contend with strong winds during their five-and-a-half- hour game during a golf event at the club.
He teed off at around 3.30pm and was snapped on the third tee box engrossed in his game.
Mr FitzPatrick travelled from his home in Greystones to the club, of which he's not a member, on Dublin's northside.
He is scheduled to appear at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court next January. The trial could take up to six months and involve 24 million documents in evidence.
FitzPatrick (64) and former bank directors William McAteer (62) and Pat Whelan (50) have been charged with 16 counts of allegedly providing unlawful financial assistance to individuals to buy bank shares.