Adam Fisher shattered the course record during the Peterculter Open at the weekend.
Plus-four handicapper Adam carded a nine-under-par 62 to trim three shots off the previous record set by Bon Accord’s Barrie Edmond during the club’s 36-hole open 11 years ago.
Adam, 21, who is back in the North-east before returning to start his fourth and final year of business studies at Missouri State University next month, said: “I knew it was the start of something special walking to the 10th tee.
“I was out in 31 and knew if I could just keep doing what I was doing then anything was possible.”
Adam opened with a birdie and parred the second before picking up another shot at the par three third.
“I dropped a shot at the fourth after missing the green left but hit two 2-irons on the 514-yard fifth before holing out for eagle,” added Adam.
Two pars followed at the sixth and seventh ahead of Adam adding further birdies at the par three eighth and par four ninth.
Adam parred the 10th then carded further birdie threes at the 11th and 12th.
A par four followed at the 13th ahead of Adam firing his approach to the tricky par four 14th just inches from the hole ahead of making a birdie two at the 15th.
“It was only then that I had a great chance of breaking 60,” added Adam.
“The last three holes are not the most difficult and I knew that if I finished with three birdies I could do it.
“But it wasn’t to be and I finished with three pars. The only regrets I was left with after the round was that I didn’t do a little better at the seventh and 17th.”
Adam, who matched his front nine score of 31 on the back nine on the way to 62, claimed the top scratch prize by nine shots from Scott Patterson, who returned a level-par 71.