Scotland's Marc Warren has been named the European Tour's Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year.
Marc Warren is the eleventh Scot to win the award
The award caps a great season for the Cambuslang-born golfer after he won the Scandinavian Masters in August.
Warren, who becomes the 11th Scot to receive the accolade, said: "Looking at some of the names on the list makes me realise I am in illustrious company.
"Most of the past winners have won tournaments and played in Ryder Cups. I want to achieve that in the future."
Warren claimed his first European Tour title in Sweden following a play-off with Robert Karlsson.
The 25-year-old said he had achieved his targets for the season.
"I am delighted - it was definitely a massive goal for me at the start of the year," he said.
"A number of great players have not managed to win it and I feel this is a great honour.
"I would have been kicking myself if I hadn't given myself a proper shot at winning this award and I feel relieved to get the nod because it goes to a vote and anything can happen."
Warren beat off competition from England's Ross Fisher and Alejandro Canizares of Spain to win the award.