Cowglen is the latest golf club to be hit by vandals during the coronavirus lockdown.
The popular club, located on Glasgow's south-side, shared photos on social media of fire damage to its sixth, 13th and 14th greens.
The vandalism was discovered by greenkeepers when they reported for work this morning. it believed that the incidents took place sometime on Sunday evening.
The matter has been reported to the police. Anybody with any information should contact the club in the first instance.
Cowglen is just the latest in a string of golf clubs to have been targeted by vandals since restrictions designed to contain the spread of COVID-19 were introduced by the UK government on March 23.
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The Bishopbriggs Golf Club, to the north of Glasgow, issued a statement last week calling for the public to be respectful of its course during the lockdown after reports of damage.
Earlier today, former Ryder Cup host venue Walton Heath shared video footage of motorcyclists churning up its turf over the weekend.