Hannah Green almost shocked the world last year when she finished third at the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open.
It was no shock to anyone to see her so prominent again today.
The Western Australian, who has not made a secret of her love for her national championship, has today carded a quality 68 to win a share from the sixth day after day in The Grange in Adelaide.
That her round ended at the end of the day made it even more creditable.
"I only spoke in the 18th hole that the girls almost pin this pin (this morning), and we were very nervous about going back," Green said.
"So I am excited about our morning round (tomorrow), even if there is a little bit of wind, that's fine, but hopefully it's calm.
"I just wanted to be sure that I was at least below par and I really had the putter rolling, so it was fun to see a few long putts and be pretty good with my short putts.
"So, yes, I am very happy with a 68 today."
Green missed the cut in ISPS Handa Vic Open last week, but said that she quickly put it out of her mind.
"Actually, I did not hit the ball too bad on that Friday morning, but unfortunately I just ended up in three bad positions and could not recover.
"So I felt that my game was pretty close, since that was my first week after a few months.
"I worked really hard on my short game, because I felt like it was not bad last week, I know it's always better.
"I'm just very confident to come back to this golf club, of course (I have) good memories of last year … so definitely good vibes.
"My father is here, I have a great host family and some members of Mount Lawley (her home club in Perth) are here, so I can not complain."