Jeev Milkha Singh came from nowhere on Sunday to win the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open in a playoff against Italian Franceso Molinari.
The Callaway man fired a final round 67, the joint lowest round of the day, to set the clubhouse lead at 17-under par at a windswept Castle Stuart course near Inverness.
Singh watched as the leaders, including home favourite Marc Warren, dropped a series of shots over the closing holes to put the Indian in contention and on the 72nd hole Molinari was forced to hole a 12-footer to force a playoff.
But it was Singh who struck on the first extra hole by holing a 10-foot birdie putt after the Italian watched his 25-foot effort slide by.
The win not only propels Singh, who has struggled with back injuries in recent years, back into the world's top 100 but secures a place in the Open Championship for only the second time in his career.
Here are the clubs the Callaway man did it with: