18 years, 74 attempts, 5 million swings and some 10 zillion putts later, Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia has won his first Major championship - the 2017 US Masters.
To some the game is as thrilling as watching paint dry and akin to hitting a pea with a tooth pick but Golf is great if you're a Spaniard.
Before you 'tee-off' and get stuck in to the sport that takes five hours out of your day, switch nationalities just for a moment and run with the bulls.
A pro at 18 years of age and touted as a multiple winner of Major trophies, Garcia was runner-up to Tiger Woods in the 1999 PGA Championship, lost a playoff to Padraig Harrington in the 2007 British Open and in 2014 he was runner-up in a Major for a fourth time, this time to Rory McIlroy in the British Open.
Woods went on to win 14 Majors, while Sergio stagnated. He lipped the cup, found the rough and just couldn't cut it. It's not surprising that he said "in 13 years, I've come to the conclusion that I need to play for second or third place."
If you're still in therapy after witnessing the Great White Shark's implosion at Augusta in 1996, demons were excised somewhat in 2013 when Adam Scott won at Augusta but since then Aussie successes have been lean on the greens.
All the more reason to take up flamenco dancing, reach for the sangria and celebrate a victory that was a long time in the making.
Serge to the front Sergio for you've put hope into the heart and swing of this weekend hacker hoping to drive, chip and put a path to glory.
To top it off, Garcia's glory occurred on the day that would have been the 60th birthday of fellow countryman and boyhood idol Seve Ballesteros. Nice
Vamos you good old thing