Speed golfer Rob Hogan defended his title at the Eastern American Speedgolf Open at the Foundry Golf Club in Virginia.
Hogan, who plays out of Cregmore Park Golf Club in Co. Galway shot a Speedgolf score of 118, taking 79 shots in just 39 minutes to retain his title.
Allan Phillips of Arizona was runner up with a Speedgolf score of 121.
The event raised over $100,000 for the First Tee childrens programme of Richmond and Chesterfield.
Hogan, who is the current world champion and official Speedgolf World No 1 said: "It is an honour to be invited back here to this great tournament and to defend my title is a dream that has been gathering momentum since last October in Oregon when the 2013 season finished up.
"I really want to thank Fred Tattersall, Jon Hottinger and all the guys involved in the running of this great event."
Hogan took home a cheque for $8,000 dollars and returned to Galway today to continue to run the Hogan Golf Academy in Cregmore Park.