A FAB four teed up an immaculate round of golf to bring home a Kingdom competition to their club for the first time in over 20 years.

Bobby Wallace, Jack Lockhart, Ally Hunter and Tam Dillon drove, chipped and putted their way around 18 holes better than the rest to win the Fife Golfing Association Team Championship for Pitreavie Golf Club.

They joined teams from a further 29 clubs for the competition, which was held at Dunfermline Golf Club, on May 6 to try and claim the Evening Post Golf Trophy, which dates from 1904.

Pitreavie, who hosted and were runners up in 2022, during their centenary year, were aiming to win it for the first time since 1995, when Willie Anderson, Iain MacKenzie, Gary Sharp and Stevie Wilson triumphed at Balwearie Golf Club.

This time, Wallace (70), Lockhart (71), Hunter (67) and Dillon (73) posted an excellent early seven-under-par score of 281 for the rest of the competitors to chase – and they couldn't find a way to overhaul the Pitreavie players.

By the conclusion of play, host club Dunfermline had emerged as their nearest competitors, with a score of 294, which saw Pitreavie take the trophy by a 13-shot winning margin.

Other West Fife clubs participating in the event, one of several organised by Fife Golfing Association throughout the year, included Aberdour and Canmore, who posted total scores of 329 and 317 respectively.

Opened officially on June 17, 1922, Pitreavie Golf Club celebrated its centenary last year, enjoying several events to mark the milestone.

Its course was designed by the internationally-renowned architect, Dr Alister MacKenzie, who is most famous for drawing up the blueprint for one of the most recognisable golf venues in the world –- Augusta National, home of the US Masters.

The influence of MacKenzie, who came up with the layout for a number of courses around the world, including Australia, New Zealand, the United States and South America, is felt strongly at Pitreavie, particularly in its double- and triple-tiered greens.

In 1949, the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust purchased the land and gave it in trust to the club, who celebrated the links to both as part of their 100-year celebrations, which also included the opening of a new outdoor 'centenary deck' seating area, thanks to support from the Carnegie trustees.