Bradley Dredge made the first hole-in-one of his 20 year European Tour career at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open to win a BMW X7.
The Welshman is a veteran of 475 appearances and chose one of the biggest stages of all to make his first ace, lighting up the Rolex Series as he holed a five iron from 200 yards on the 17th.
There were two holes-in-one on day one at the 15th at The Renaissance Club but they did not bring the spectacular prize that Dredge will be driving home - a BMW G07 X7 xDrive40i M Sport.
"It's been quite a few years coming," he said. "I've had ten holes-in-one but never in tournament play, it's nice to do it here.
"I got a very nice car by BMW so I'm pleased with that.
"The pin was in quite a friendly position, the wind is off the right slightly in. It was a comfortable five iron and I managed to hit a good shot.
"I couldn't actually see it going in but I could tell from the crowd's reaction that it's gone in."
Dredge's achievement is all the more remarkable when you consider the odds he has had to overcome to hit a perfect shot.
History has shown that ones on par threes measuring between 198-208 yards have been hard to find.
THE HOLE: Key Stats: From 10,266 par three holes played on the European Tour from 2018 – present measuring between 198 - 208 yards
⦁ Hole: 17
⦁ Length: 203 yards
⦁ Times played: 10,266
⦁ Shots: 32,720
⦁ Total to par: +1,922
⦁ Scoring average: 3.19
⦁ Hole-in-one probability: 0.07%
⦁ Holes-in-one: 7
THE CAR: Key Numbers & Features
BMW G07 X7 xDrive40i M Sport
⦁ Worth €89,000
⦁ BMW 3.0 litre TwinPower Turbo six cylinder inline engine
⦁ 0-62mp/h in 6.1 seconds
⦁ 340 brake horsepower
⦁ 250km/h top speed
⦁ Adaptive LED headlights with high beam assist
⦁ BMW ConnectedDrive Services
⦁ Panorama glass sunroof
⦁ M specific key, pedals and steering wheel
⦁ BMW display key
⦁ Parking assistant plus
Visit www.bmw.com for more details.