As Hannah Green sipped vodka and lemonade from her trophy, she planned her first moves as a major winner.
The first, fly home to her Perth family as soon as possible.
The second, listen to Karrie Webb's sage advice.
The third, splash out on a handbag and ring to fulfil a long-held personal promise.
"There's a couple of things that I said if I was to win my first-ever tournament on (LPGA) Tour that I would like to buy," Green said from Minneapolis airport on Tuesday morning Australian time.
"I really want a Givenchy handbag and a Cartier ring."
The splurge is understandable for Green, who collected a US$577,000 (AU$829,000) cheque for winning the Women's PGA Championship.
But it's also somewhat against the grain for Green, a grounded 22-year-old who wants to share her triumph with family, friends and colleagues at her home club, Mount Lawley in Perth.
Green is just the third Australian woman to win a major, joining Jan Stephenson and Karrie Webb.
And Webb was among a batch of Australians who helped Green celebrate her victory.
"I wouldn't say it was a party," Green said.
"My trophy, I don't know if you saw me try to pick it up – it was awfully heavy.
"So when I was taking a drink out of it last night I needed a couple of extra hands to help me lift it – there wasn't any beer, it was vodka."
Webb, a seven-time major champion, is a long-time mentor of Green and gave her some wise advice on how to handle her new-found status.
"She said this will obviously open some more doors for me," Green said.
"She said if I'm ever stuck or confused or need just someone to talk to ... and if I need some advice or someone to chat to, she would happily be there for me.
"She has obviously been in this position before ... she would be a perfect person to fall back on for advice."
Green scrapped playing in an LPGA event in Arkansas this weekend.
"Coming from such a high of winning a major championship, it would be hard for me to be able to focus and fully prepare to play another event," she said.
Instead, she will arrive home in Perth on Wednesday.
"My mum and dad will be picking me up from the airport so I'm sure there will be a few tears, happy tears," she said.
Green returns as a major winner in just her second full year on the LPGA Tour.
"Probably after a nearly 30-hour journey home it will start to sink in," she said.
"I never really imagined my first win on LPGA to be a major.
"And I really wouldn't have said that I would have got it in my second year on Tour.
"I always thought that I would slowly progress in my career ... I was a little surprised that it has come this early in my career."
- Steve Larkin, Australian Associated Press