Paul Lawrie capped a fine week by winning the Johnnie Walker Championship on home soil at Gleneagles.
Having been named in Europe’s team for the Ryder Cup next month, the Scot produced a steady final round to win by four shots from Australia’s Brett Rumford.
The win was Lawrie’s eighth on the European Tour, three of them coming in his home country.
"I feel calmer in Scotland for some reason - it's weird - and I play some of my best golf too," Lawrie said.
He admitted the pressure of trying to secure his return to the European team had affected him in recent months, but he came into the tournament knowing his place was safe.
"I felt better - cooler - and things didn't bother me."