Golfers at a Perthshire club fear they are at the centre of a countrywide crimewave after they were targeted by thieves three times in a month.
Chainsaws, a metal detector and sportswear are among the £2,000 haul stolen from Crieff Golf Club during August.
The most recent raid was on the pro shop, when a window was smashed and rails of golf clothing worth £1,600 were stolen.
Club professional David Murchie said security was being reviewed in the wake of the latest incident.
And he added he was aware of around 20 similar raids on clubs across Scotland this summer.
“There have been a lot of break ins at pro golf shops across Scotland recently,” said Mr Murchie.
“From what I know there have been 20 so far.
“Until we grab the people who did it we won’t know if there are any links with the other break-ins.”
The first raid at Crieff was overnight on Wednesday August 8 when a metal detector and two chainsaws were stolen from a tractor shed.
The building was targeted again between 4.30pm on Friday August 10 and the following day and a quantity of diesel was stolen.
The break-in at the pro shop happened 12.30am and 1am on Saturday.
A window was smashed, triggering the security system.
The stolen goods included grey Under Armour fleeces, blue striped Under Armour shirts and royal blue Footjoy tops.
Police want to hear form anyone who has been offered golfwear for sale in and around Crieff.
Mr Murchie said he was relieved that the thieves stopped at the clothes rails.
“I’m surprised they didn’t grab any clubs or anything more expensive,” he said.
“I believe the alarm system must have spooked them and they just grabbed what they could – it really saved us.
“The break in has made us revise our current security system and see what we can do to prevent this from happening again.”
Police Scotland confirmed other golf pro shops in Tayside and Fife had fallen victim to thieves in the last two months.
However, officers could not confirm if the crimes were linked.
SNP councillor Stewart Donaldson said: “There is a good police team in Crieff and I hope they find the culprits.
“If someone is trying to sell the clothes they will be caught.”
Anyone with information is urged to call 101.