Masters winner Dustin Johnson was cheered on by his fiancee Paulina Gretzky at Augusta.
The former world number one was handed the famous green jacket for this first time with a record-breaking score of 20 under par on Sunday – and his partner caught the eye of spectators.
The 36-year-old got engaged to Paulina after just seven months of dating back in August of 2013, and they have since had two sons together named Tatum and River.
The model and singer, who is the daughter of Canadian former professional ice hockey player Wayne, was on hand to support Dustin as he blew away the competition to win only his second ever major.
Paulina, 31, changed from a low-cut top into a suiting green jacket during the event, and rushed onto the green to celebrate with her fiancee when his triumph was confirmed.
Dustin said of their relationship back in September: “She’s a huge part of me, our family and my success.
“She’s home with the kids, and has been great with that, and just has been a huge supporter for me.
“With everything I need to do, he understands everything it takes to get to where you want to be and the sacrifices you have to make.
“Having her dad as the greatest hockey player, she understands. You couldn’t ask for a better partner.”
He said of his nerves on Sunday: ”I tried not to watch the leaderboard. I did a little earlier.
"I made a birdie at three then made bogeys – they weren't bad shots because I had a good look at pars. I then made a great shot at six and made birdie.
"It was a tough day – always tough on the final day of a major. The Masters is the biggest tournament.
“It's the one I wanted to win most. I'm proud the way I handled myself."
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