Father-daughter combination Brent and Izabella McIntyre formed the perfect golfing partnership at the Victorian Mixed Four Ball State Championships.
The duo combined for a remarkable 46 stableford points on day-one on Monday and 44 on day two on Tuesday, to win the tournament by just one point.
Competing at the acclaimed and notoriously difficult Melbourne courses Sorrento and Moonah Links, Brent gave all the credit to his playing partner.
"Jee it was tough - well I found it tough anyway," Brent said. "Bella pretty much carried the team."
Izabella - playing off a handicap of 39 - set the scene from the very beginning when she parred the first two holes of the competition.
"We showed up there, I was nervous as anything and I asked Bella are you nervous? And she goes, 'nope'", Brent said.
"So she comes out and pars the first two holes... and she had her best nine holes ever. She broke 50 for the first time with 49 off the stick and had her best 18 holes which was 101.
"She had 38 points on her own on the first day and I only contributed eight points."
The fearless Izabella wasn't even phased when Brent - playing off a handicap of five - might have put a bit of pressure on her.
After Brent hit an errant tee-shot, Izabella calmy reassured him not to worry, "I've got this Dad".
Izabella said it was a pretty awesome couple of days, with one tee-shot a particular highlight.
"It was special to do it with Dad," she said.
"One thing I was really really happy about was that I out drove Dad once as well - by about 20 metres."
Izabella, who had only played golf roughly once-a-month in the lead-up to the tournament, said she was now interested in getting a little more involved in the sport. Brent also gave a big thank you to the Horsham Golf Club for their support.
"We got our names on the trophy and a couple of great photos," Brent said. "I am just very stoked with it. It's surreal really."