Lindrick resident and Lindrick Golf Club member Danny Willett has become only the second ever Englishman to win The Masters at Augusta.
The 28-year-old's incredible victory is set to make him a household name – but here are some things you probably didn't know about Worksop’s newest hero...
* Danny's father, the Reverend Steve, is a Church of England vicar in Sheffield;
* His wife Nicole gave birth to his son Zachariah James just days before this year's tournament began;
* Danny is half Swedish, thanks to his mum, teacher Elisabet – he has a Swedish flag on his golf bag;
* In 2008, he became the number one ranked amateur golfer in the world;
* Danny was aged just eight the last time a British golfer – Sir Nick Faldo – won The Masters in 1996;
* He won for the first time on the European Tour in June 2012 at the BMW International Open in Cologne, Germany;
* In his teens, Willett spent two years playing for Jacksonville State University in Alabama, USA;
* At school he was mainly into football, until he tried starter sessions at a Sheffield golf club and found it “quite fun”;
* Yorkshire and England honours followed in his teens after he moved to Bondhay Golf Club near Worksop;
* He is a Libra, having been born on October 3, 1987.
* His Masters win came in only his second Masters tournament.