There are great stories, there are really great stories, and then there's Steven Bowditch.
The formerly-downtrodden Australian has overcome depression and a severe mental illness that once drove him to attempt suicide at his condo in Dallas.
According to this profile in Golf Digest from 2009 Bowditch was so ill he would do things you and I would consider ridiculous.
"Once, he got in his car and drove 3½ hours, in no particular direction for no particular reason."
The profile detailed an instance where he nearly started crying on the course at a tournament in Memphis because he couldn't bring himself to hit a shot and two-putt to make a cut.
San Antonio was a long way from Memphis this week.
Bowditch took the 54-hole lead at the Texas Open with a brilliant 69-68-67 start and was afforded the opportunity to fall back on a 76 on Sunday to beat Will MacKenzie and Daniel Summerhays by one stroke.
He nearly ran into trouble at the last hole with a slightly-pulled drive but recovered for a three-putt bogey that gave the 30-year-old PGA Tour victory No. 1.
According to Justin Ray the 76 Bowditch shot on Sunday is the highest final-round score for a non-major winner on the PGA Tour since Fred Couples at the 1983 Kemper Open.
But really, who the heck cares how he did it because a man who once tried to drown himself less than 10 years ago won a tournament on the PGA Tour on Sunday.
He told NBC's Steve Sands he was "over the moon" about his win in a very Australian kind of way.
I was over the moon just watching him play golf.
Here are our grades for the Texas Open: