Caleb Perry took a moment to enjoy his third Sungold Junior Open win before turning his focus back to practice.
The 19-year-old, who represented Commonwealth, shot 71 and 72 to finish one under par with 143 on the second and final day at Warrnambool Golf Club.
"I'm stoked to win," Perry said.
"Coming home I drove the sixteenth green and holed the putt for eagle - that was the highlight of my day and got me going."
Perry shot two birdies, one eagle and four bogeys to finish seven ahead of second-placed Matt McFarlane (Curlewis) and 10 ahead of third-placed Jack Martin (Portarlington).
"I tried to play my game and stick to the plan," he said.
"But it just came down to ball striking."
Perry, who dreams of making the PGA Tour, will next compete at the Queensland men's senior amateur tournament, to be held at Coolangatta Tweed Heads Golf Club from July 29 to 31.
McFarlane, who was fourth after day one, equaled Perry's efforts (72) on the second day after he shot six birdies and six bogeys for an equal par.
In doing so, the 16-year-old leapfrogged Noah Best and Will Mackenzie.
"It's unfortunate Noah and Will had a bad day, but I was really happy with how I finished," McFarlane said.
"I think I was really strong driving, which is important because you need to be accurate around here.
"That kept me on the fairway which helped a lot. And today I held a fair few putts, which was great."
McFarlane said he looked forward to undertaking a three-year traineeship at Curlewis once he finished high school, with the ultimate aim of joining the Australian tour.
Martin, outside the top five after day one, registered three birdies, one eagle and seven bogeys to score 74.
Colac's Georgia Fish, who represented Metropolitan, was the overall girls' winner.
"It feels really good - I wasn't sure I was going to get there in the end, but I managed to pull it off," the 18-year-old said.
"I couldn't putt to save myself, but that's what happens. Yesterday I had the best score of I've ever had here."
Fish, who currently works as an intern for Golf Australia in Cheltenham, says she draws inspiration from Cressy golf export Stacey Peters.
"I just love the way Stacey goes about it," she said.
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