Golfer Robert MacIntyre will make his Masters debut after staying in the top 50 to secure a ‘dream’ place at the tournament.
The 24-year-old from Oban secured the spot after reaching the last 16 of the World Matchplay Championship in Texas.
And the world number 44 says it is a long held dream of his and his family for him to appear at Augusta.
He said: “It’s not just a dream that I have wanted to create, it is a dream my whole family, all my closest friends have had.
“I have given up so much in such a short space of time to achieve that and to finally do it is great. I’m sure when I get home and see everyone we will enjoy it.”
MacIntyre is the third Scot to qualify for this year’s tournament after the 1998 winner Sandy Lyle and Martin Laird.