With a 2 & 1 victory in the final, Harvey completed a 'Double Double' having successfully retained this and the Ayrshire Strokeplay titles in 2022 after winning both in 2021.
Both brothers produced some excellent golf in perfect conditions over the historic Prestwick links in the final, with a combined better ball score of three under par for the seventeen holes played.
A par three at the fifth was enough to square the match for Harvey and after a couple of halved holes in par, it was Harvey who took the lead for the first time at the eighth with a conceded par four.
Both players did well to get up and down at the ninth hole for par, leaving 17 year old Harvey with a single hole advantage as the players turned for home.
At the tenth hole a fine chip on a difficult sloping green by jack rolled to within a couple of feet from the hole to set up a winning par four to square the match once again and pars at the eleventh and twelfth saw the brothers remain tied as the match moved to the thirteenth hole.
At the fifteenth Harvey played his approach first, to about fifteen feet from the hole, whilst Jack's approach was a little strong, running through to a gulley at the back of the green. Two putted by Harvey secured his par four and when Jack chipped on and his par attempt slid agonisingly past the hole, Harvey took a two hole lead for the first time in the match, with three to play.
At the sixteenth Harvey's tee shot was just a few yards short of the green whilst Jack found the cavernous Cardinal Bunker, to the right of the green and seventeenth tee. The younger brother was not finished however, playing a great bunker shot to fourteen feet pas the hole, whilst Harvey's shot from the front of the green ran just a slightly shorter distance past the hole. Jack's birdie effort ran four feet past the hole, leaving a tricky downhill putt for par, and after Harvey's birdie attempt slipped just past, and a par four was conceded, Jack needed to hole his par put to avoid defeat on the sixteenth green. Much to his credit, jack confidently holed, and the match moved to the penultimate hole with Harvey dormie two.
At the conclusion of the final, Ayrshire Golf Association President Scott Gilchrist and Prestwick Golf Club Captain Peter Graham presented vouchers to both finalists, before captain Graham handed the trophy over to the 2022 champion Harvey Broadfoot.