Brothers were up to par!
It was a real family affair at Kirkhill Golf Club last week as two brothers scooped the top junior and senior prizes on offer.
Lewis and Ross Irvine ended Finals day as the junior and senior club champions - a first for the Cambuslang club.
Fourteen-year-old Lewis, who plays off a handicap of 3.6, made a successful defence of the trophy he won last year.
And later in the day, 3.5 handicapper Ross (22) made it an Irvine family double when he won the senior prize for the first time.
Ross had actually defeated their dad, Iain, in the last 16 of the competition before going on to win it.
Both boys have been members since they were 10 and both play in the gents team, and, of course, there is a friendly rivalry between them.
Brothers in arms Lewis and Ross Irvine picked up the junior and senior club championship honours at Kirkhill Golf Club