Tania Dignan has won her a spot on the honour board, claiming the Stawell Golf Club 2019 women's championships on Wednesday.
Dignan increased her 11 shot lead from the start of the third round to claim the trophy by 15 shots.
Dignan said it was emotional to win her first championships.
"I started feeling relieved coming down the 18th fairway," she said.
"I looked at my scorecard and was adding up in my head and knew I had a good round.
"I am very honoured to be named with the best golfers from the club.
"It's a pretty big deal to win a championship. I've put in many hours of practise to get where I am after only a short period of time."
Only starting in the sport three and a half years ago, Dignan shot 88 in the final round.
"I started off pretty shaky on the first hole and knew I needed to calm myself down," she said.
"I played better as the round went on and I knew if I put myself in a good position for the first nine holes I would be hard to beat.
"The ladies I played with played well, I knew I just needed to continue to be consistent."
After nine holes, Dignan said she felt confident until she struggled on the 11th.
"I knew I just needed to keep my nerve and switch back on and play out the round," she said.
Switch on she did, Dignan played well enough to take home the A Grade handicap event as well.
After the three rounds, the other 2019 champions were Del Gray in B Grade and Chris Trickey in C Grade.
Grey had a tough battle on her hands to claim the trophy, the competition so close it needed to go to a playoff with Rosemary Perry.
Grey held her nerve and was crowned B Grade champion.
Kaye Ellen won the B Grade handicap section while Trickey also took home the C Grade handicap.
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