Teenager Brock Murray has got one up on his high-profile golfing brother.
Zach Murray will contest his second season on the European Tour next year, but he's never won the monthly medal, which is a traditional and honoured event at most golf clubs.
"I was the first Murray, apparently," Brock offered when quizzed on his win.
Brock's younger brother Ty is a rapidly emerging talent, playing off five, while dad Craig is off 12.
The 18-year-old is the latecomer to the sport, starting only around 12 months ago, through specific circumstances.
"I've grown up playing footy and basketball and then I did my knee in 2020 so I had to find something else, obviously with my brothers, I took up golf," he revealed.
Brock started last Saturday's round as a 22 handicapper, but fired a superb 88, including eight pars. He's now off 17.
And what makes the effort even more remarkable is he shot nine on the par-four, 13th.
"I was playing with my girlfriend's dad and I hit my shot, like literally, straight right," he explained.
"They were like, 'you've got to buy us a jug', it was in my head and I was like, 'I don't want to get another jug' and I duffed my second, it went about five metres, I thought, 'I've blown this one here', I've hit the next into the bunker, from there straight right OB (out of bounds), had a drop and hit it just off the green and had two putts."
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Between playing mates, the only thing worse than shouting a jug over a poor shot is when you're a teetotaller - Brock doesn't drink.
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