Paul Lawrie (FJ ICON & StaSof) gave Europe's Ryder Cup Team yet another boost by winning on home soil for the third time in his career - and making it look easy in the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles.
One ahead overnight, the 43 year old shot a closing 68 to beat Australian and fellow FJ loyalist Brett Rumford by four with a 16 under par total of 272.
It takes him to his highest ever position on the Official World Golf Ranking (30th) when it is updated on Monday - and it certainly sends his confidence sky-high as he heads towards his first appearance in The Ryder Cup since 1999.
That was the year he won The Open Championship at Carnoustie and two years later he was the Alfred Dunhill Links champion at St Andrews.
"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."
His lead went from one to two when playing partner and FJ ICON wearer Romain Wattel bogeyed the first and he never allowed anyone to get closer than that all day.
“It was probably one of the best ball striking weeks in my career,” added Lawrie, who only missed two greens all day. “There's no question I'm hitting the ball extremely well this week.
“The course is obviously very good and the course played quite long, and I've hit the ball a bit longer this week. I've been working on rhythm and when you hit it a bit longer, it helps a bit. It's been a fantastic week.”
Lawrie’s € 296,119 win takes him to 7th on the Race to Dubai.