Korea's Sei Young Kim won the Pelican Women's Championship in her second start since she bagged her first major at the KPMG Women's PGA.
It's definitely been a great year for the LPGA star Sei Young Kim.
Gaining her 12th title on the LPGA, she topped the leaderboard at the Pelican Women's Championship this weekend by three strokes, beating America's Ally McDonald and Northern Ireland's Stephanie Meadows to the top spot.
So, in case you missed it, here's what happened over in Florida this weekend.
A true superstar
It's not every day that a player follows up a major victory with another win.
In fact, the last LPGA star to achieve this amazing feat was Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn in 2016 with her wins at the Women's British Open and CP Women's Open.
27-year-old Sei Young looked happy and confident throughout and she admitted that she was still riding high from her major win.
She said: "After a win I always have extra confidence, so when I play, standing on the golf course, I feels very happy. It's really great."
She finished 14-under in what was the first LPGA event to be held at Pelican Golf Club in Tampa, Florida.
The inaugural staging of the Pelican Women's Championship was originally set for the same week as the PGA Championship in May but was of course postponed due to COVID-19.
Stephanie Meadows equals best LPGA finish
Northern Irish star Stephanie Meadows battled hard to the very end.
After starting the final round with two back-to back bogeys, 28-year-old Stephanie recovered admirably.
Playing in the final group, she eventually finished nine under in solo third and five shots behind the lead.
Her score equals her best LPGA performance last achieved when she finished third in the 2014 US Open.
Speaking about her gradual climb up the rankings she said: “It has been a long journey, but a great one and you learn so much about yourself. Golf is one of those things where you always feel like you can do better, but I'm pretty satisfied where I'm at right now.”
“Sometimes you get the confidence and you know you can do it, and you just have to keep the pedal to the metal basically.”
Sophia Popov runs out of steam
The overnight leader after Round 1, we thought AIG Women's Open champ Sophia Popov might be set to mimic the success she had at Royal Troon.
Posting on social media the German player admitted she "ran out of gas at the weekend" and had a "tough finish" with a double bogey on the 18th in the final round.
But she had plenty of positives to take from the event too. Her first round 64 was a career low and she also got a shout out from Bubba Watson on Twitter who described her as "one of the best stories in golf this year".
You can say that again Bubba.
Mel just misses out on the top 10
After bagging her first LPGA win at the ShopRite Classic at the start of October, Mel Reid finished T12 and three under, 12 shots behind the leader.
Shooting 73, 70, 65 and 69, her third round was the lowest score of the day.
Meanwhile, fellow English player Jodi Ewart Shadoff was just a stroke back in 14th.
You can see the full leaderboard HERE.
Next up on the LPGA schedule is the Volunteers of America Classic from December 3 to 6.