Australia's Minjee Lee won the 2020 OMEGA Dubai Moonlight Classic in a one-hole playoff with France's Celine Boutier.
We hope you've been loving watching the floodlit golf against the Dubai skyline just as much as we have over the last few days.
And now we have a winner... 24-year-old Australian Minjee Lee!
So without further ado, here are the highlights from the final round of the 2020 OMEGA Dubai Moonlight Classic.
Minjee Lee cements 8th professional win
As the highest ranked player on the field this week, we were always expecting big things from Minjee Lee.
And she quite clearly didn't disappoint...
After securing three top-four finishes in her five starts since play resumed post-COVID, she came into Dubai raring to go.
After finishing Round 2 at T3 with Germany's Laura Fuenfstueck, it was actually Celine Boutier who held the lead for most of the final round.
But the French star faltered with a costly bogey on the 16th and this then opened the door for Minjee to tie the lead.
It concluded with both Minjee and the Solheim Cup star on 10 under, and the Aussie quickly secured her win with an incredible 20-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole.
We think you'll agree it was pretty spectacular...
Speaking after making her eighth win as a professional, Minjee said: “I couldn’t really see the break too well on the last hole, but I thought it would be about two cups outside the right and luckily I hit it hard enough and it dropped. It feels pretty special to be here playing at night-time and the course has been amazing It’s been a really fun week.”
The star had the advantage of playing golf once before when she was in Korea.
“This year has been tough but this is a nice way to close it out. I’ve really enjoyed the format and everything about the week, my second time playing night golf was certainly memorable," she said.
Kylie Henry breaks the course record
All the players looked like they had a brilliant time, but Scotland’s Kylie Henry really had a day to remember.
She fired a course-record round of 63 to catapult herself from three-over-par to six-under-par and into the top ten.
The 34-year-old said: “It’s my lowest stroke play round and it felt great. I hit it solid all round and was hitting it fairly close on most holes. The main highlight was the par 3 8th when I hit it to a foot with my 8 iron.
“I’m just so delighted to be playing tournaments. I’m so grateful to everybody at the Tour who is working doubly hard and all our sponsors who’ve got us back up and running through this pandemic. It’s made us all remember how much we love the game and we’re really appreciating the opportunity to be out here competing for a living.”
She finished T10 alongside Georgia Hall and Lydia Ko, and definitely went home with a smile on her face.
The Brits made their mark
We thought Meghan Maclaren might bag her third win today.
It wasn't to be (she suffered with a few fateful bogies), but she still finished as the highest Brit on the board at T6.
Behind her was fellow English player Bronte Law and Scot Kelsey MacDonald at T8 and then, with Georgia and Kyle at T10, that made five Brits in the top 10 positions.
This is the second time that Emirates Golf Club has hosted the innovative day-night format and we think it's one of the most amazing backdrops to a professional golf tournament we've ever seen.
Bring on next year!
You can check out the full leaderboard from the OMEGA Dubai Moonlight Classic HERE.