Smylie Kaufman wasn't entered in this week's PGA Championship — but he still picked up a major win.
The former LSU golfer proposed to his long-time girlfriend, Francie Harris, on the tee box of the picturesque 14th hole at Shoal Creek Golf Club near his hometown of Birmingham, Alabama.
We won't keep you in suspense — she said yes.
"This will forever be my favorite fairway!" Harris posted on Instagram on Saturday. "I can't wait to marry you, Smylie Kaufman!"
Harris is a former Auburn cheerleader and was the school's homecoming queen in 2014.
Kaufman, 25, turned pro that same year after playing for LSU from 2010-14 (his parents Jeff and Pam also played at and graduated from LSU). He won the 2015 Shriners Hospital for Children Open in Las Vegas and rocketed to fame by making it into the final paring in Sunday's final round of the 2016 Masters with then defending champion and good friend Jordan Spieth.
On his Instagram account, Kaufman posted: "From getting dropped off by your parents for our first date to long distance during college and now traveling the world with ya! I can't wait to have many more adventures with you on this incredible journey! Love ya Fran and can't wait to marry you!"
Kaufman's engagement unfortunately comes shortly after the death Monday of his grandmother, Celeste Kaufman.