A north-east golfer today lined up with some of the biggest names in the sport as played his first round at the US PGA Championship.
While most of the headlines have been grabbed by the talented group involving Jordan Spieth, Zach Johnson and the returning Rory McIlroy, it should also be noted that there are seven Scots in the field.
Originally from the north-east village of Inverallochy, near Fraserburgh, but now based in Midland, Texas, Steven Young is perhaps one of the lesser known Scots taking part.
Today, at the age of 38, he was playing his first major since the 1998 Open Championship and recorded a first round 77, five over par and 11 shots off leader Dustin Johnson, who shot a six under par 66.
Young is one of seven Scots in the field at Whistling Straits along with Martin Laird, Stephen Gallacher, Marc Warren, Richie Ramsay, Russell Knox and Senior PGA champion Colin Montgomerie.