The world's longest-serving golf club member has been teeing off since 1926 - and has no plans to give up any time soon.
Willie Cuthbert still uses the hand-made wooden driver he bought in 1938 for the princely sum of a guinea (£1.05).
At 102-years-old, he is officially the world’s longest-serving golf club member.
Willie has been playing at Kirkintilloch Golf Club in Dunbartonshire since the 1920s.
He said: “It can still hit a good shot. In those days it was a much sought-after club.
"Younger people just don’t appreciate these sort of clubs now.”
Although he no longer enjoys his best handicap, two, Willie still manages to play a couple of rounds of golf a year.
He said: “In golf you get what you earn."
“When you miss-hit a shot, you get punished for it but it’s great when you have a good game.”
Willie’s dad signed him up for the club as a reward for passing his 11-plus.
He recalled: “I was quite lucky. I could naturally swing a golf club very well from a very young age.”
Willie walked or cycled to the club from his home in the town.
He said: “There were no cars or transport back when I first joined the club, except on Saturdays when there would be a bus.”
He passed on his golf passion to the rest of his family. His niece Moira Forman, 64, thinks Uncle Willie could still beat her.
She said: “You can see he’s still got it in his swing.
"He could probably still beat me, expecially on his short game which is incredible for someone of his age.”