Ireland's first ever LPGA Tour winner, Leona Maguire, hopes her swashbuckling exploits can help inspire the next generation of young Irish golfers.
The Cavan lady fired a five-under-par 67 to win the Drive On Championship in Florida.
Maguire finished on a score of 18-under-par, three shots clear of Lexi Thompson.
Afterwards, she described her victory as "huge for Irish golf".
"There's never been an Irish player on the tour, let alone a winner," Maguire said.
"Hopefully there's a lot of people watching at home with big smiles on their faces.
"And little girls watching hoping that they can one day hole a putt like that too..."
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Maguire held her nerve when American darling Thompson closed the gap on her back nine.
The Solheim Cup star reckoned her ability to stay patient was crucial.
"I think I just stayed really patient," she said.
"And I felt like I did a really good job of that this week.
"I knew my game was close, I did a lot of hard work in the off-season.
"Finally got there in the end!"
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Having finally reached the top of the podium after knocking on the door for so long, Maguire found it hard to put her achievement into words.
"It's a bit surreal. It's been 17 years in the making," she laughed.
"You start wondering if it's ever going to happen.
"But, I'm just really proud of how I played all week, especially.
"[Caddy] Dermot [Byrne] was incredible on the bag, he kept me calm all week - especially today.
"I've a lot of people to thank. It's been a long road, but probably more relief than anything else.