A team of good friends are celebrating after winning Dalmuir Golf Club’s annual pro-am golf tournament.

Known as ‘Sean’s Stars’, the team of amateurs were made up of Sean Gillespie, Soni Ahmed, Craig Devine, alongside professional golfer Rob Paterson, and recorded an impressive winning score of 52 points, going round the course 16 under par.

Now in its 34th year at the municipally-ownedd Dalmuir course, the competition saw 32 teams take part with each team of three amateurs joined by a professional player.

West Dunbartonshire Provost, Douglas McAllister, who attended the event, said: “The annual pro-am at Dalmuir is an occasion I look forward to because I always receive a very warm welcome from our local golfers.

“This is an incredibly popular tournament and was very well supported by our teams who played on the day. My congratulations to Sean’s Stars who performed exceptionally well and thoroughly deserved their win.

“I would like to thank all the teams who took part, and the Scottish Professional Golf Association who again ensured we had some of the most talented professional golfers in Scotland joining our amateurs.

“This year’s competition was a great success. I would also like to thank our employees who work so hard behind the scenes to arrange this event and to our greenkeeping staff for their maintenance of the course, ensuring that Dalmuir maintained its reputation as being one of the finest 18 hole municipal golf courses in Scotland.”

The leading professional on the day award was presented to Gavin Ray from East Renfrewshire.

Special prizes went to Bobby White as the amateur nearest the pin, Peter McAllister for the amateur longest drive, and Joe McGhee for being nearest the line.