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Golf fan scoops Â£4.7m in Lottery
Mark Page won Saturday's entire Â£4,771,402 jackpot
A golfing enthusiast from Dundee is celebrating after winning almost Â£5m on the National Lottery.
Mark Page said he intends to spend his winnings on improving his golf handicap and taking his family on a dream holiday to the Bahamas and Hawaii.
The 37-year-old had the sole winning ticket in Saturday's Lotto draw to scoop the entire Â£4,771,402 jackpot.
He works as a radio technician and lives in Dundee with his partner and their two teenage children.
Mr Page said he was "still in shock" after his numbers came up in Saturday's draw.
He plans to spend more time on the fairway, and splash out on a high-powered Audi RS4.
He and his partner Carol, 44, and their children Lisa, 19, and Graham, 16, celebrated their win with champagne at the Old Course Hotel in St Andrews.
I couldn't believe it. To be honest, I am still in shock
Mr Page told how he had to double check the winning numbers before he claimed the jackpot.
He said: "We were watching TV on Saturday night when the adverts came on, so I decided to check my numbers.
"I took my ticket and checked the numbers on Teletext.
"When I saw that we had all six, I didn't know what to do so I looked at them again on Ceefax too.
"I couldn't believe it. To be honest, I am still in shock.
"I can't wait to start my new life on the fairways and become a scratch golfer."
The windfall makes Mr Page Dundee's second biggest Lotto winner to date. Elizabeth Harrop won Â£8.9m in October 2002.