The future of Loch Lomond Golf Club has been secured after its members pulled together to buy the business.
A consortium of members led by Sir Nigel Rudd covered the cost of the transaction to save the famous Scottish course.
The deal, thought to be worth approximately £5 million, means people golf enthusiasts will still be able to put on their Peak Performance clothing and enjoy some of the finest facilities in the UK.
It is thought that up to 800 members across the world staked a minimum of £20,000 to secure the deal.
Members include the Duke of York, Sir Jackie Stewart, Sir Sean Connery and legendary golf professionals Sir Nick Faldo and Colin Montgomerie.
According to a statement from the golf club, the deal will save 100 full-time jobs at the course, as well as maintain up to 200 roles which are filled on a seasonal basis.
Sir Nigel, who will chair the club's newly-appointed board of directors, said he was delighted the transaction was complete "after a long and protracted process".
"Loch Lomond Golf Club is a very special place and our goal is to re-establish it as one of the foremost members' clubs in the world," he commented.