Golf fans took to Twitter to congratulate Dustin Johnson on Sunday, not only for claiming his first green jacket and winning The Masters, but also for his fiancee, Paulina Gretzky.
Gretzky, daughter of ice hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, has two sons with Johnson - Tatum and River - and the model regularly travels with the World No.1 to show her support at tournaments.
It was no different at The Masters, with Gretzky walking around Augusta to watch Johnson and on Sunday night, she was the talk of the town.
For the final round of this year's Masters, Gretzky rocked up to Augusta wearing a green adidas jacket. Was it purely a fashion choice? Possibly, but perhaps it was more likely that Gretzky had the confidence in her other half that he wasn't going to let his lead slip and would receive a green jacket of his own later that day.
When Johnson was confirmed the 2020 Masters champion, Gretzky joined him by the green to congratulate her fiance, giving him a hug and a kiss before the two walked away together.
Golf fans immediately took to Twitter to react and it didn't take long before Paulina was trending. Take a look at some of the best comments below:
"Imagine trying to focus and play in The Masters and Paulina Gretzky is just walking around the course looking that good."
"The cockiness of this green jacket choice today at by Paulina Gretzky was the best part of the whole day."
"This dude has a Green Jacket, millions of dollars in his bank account, and Paulina Gretzky. What a life."
"Imagine winning the Masters and slipping THE green jacket while being married to model Paulina Gretzky. Furthermore, at dinner you’re talking about your performance with the greatest hockey player to ever live."
"Is there a greater flex than standing on 18 green as a champion of the masters by 5 strokes and making out with Paulina Gretzky?"
"Paulina Gretzky is an absolute smoke show. Congratulations Dustin Johnson. Oh yeah, congrats on the Masters win too."
"Dustin Johnson wins The Masters AND gets to go home to Paulina Gretzky. Could be the luckiest man in the world."