Singles victory for Darren Burnett secured Friday's second Commonwealth Games lawn bowls gold medal for host nation Scotland.
The 38-year-old policeman from Arbroath controlled the final against Canada's Ryan Bester for a 21-9 win.
Earlier, David Peacock, Neil Speirs, Paul Foster and skip Alex Marshall beat English opponents 16-8 to secure the fours title in style.
Marshall and Foster collected gold in the pairs event on Monday.
"We're all great friends and that's why we are such a fantastic four," enthused Foster.
The Scots failed to win a single medal in Delhi four years ago but Burnett's victory after 19 ends means they close out Glasgow 2014 with three golds and a silver for Irene Edgar and Robert Conway in the para-sport mixed pairs B2/B3 - their best result since 1994.