England's Dan Bradbury says it will "take a few days" to sink in after emerging victorious at the Joburg Open on the DP World Tour.
Some professionals take a long time to find that breakthrough victory.
For Bradbury, he only needed three. The 23-year-old - who is from Wakefield - was even playing on a sponsor's invite.
Talk about making the most of your opportunity. After 72 holes, his margin of victory was by three shots.
His exploits also saw him earn a spot at next year's Open at Royal Liverpool Golf Club in Hoylake.
Bradbury told the media:
It might not be a LIV Golf winner's cheque for $4m, but Bradbury earned $165,000 this week. He's also earned himself a two-year exemption on the DP World Tour.
Bradbury's 263 shots this week saw him finish on 21-under par, which was three ahead of Finland's Sami Välimäki.
Välimäki hit "one of the worst shanks you will ever see in your life" on Saturday.
It makes it even more the impressive that Bradbury's victory was wire-to-wire, as his four rounds of 63, 66, 67, 67 saw him leading at the end of play every single day.
This was the first tournament of the 2022-2023 DP World Tour season.
Next up is the Investec South African Open at Blair Atholl Golf & Equestrian Estate.