Oscar Sharpe has become the first player in his age group to win two events on the Future Collegians World Tour.
The 15-year-old Cheltenham golfer won the Westchase Classic in Tampa, Florida at the weekend, beating Brazilian Luis Thiele Curitiba by two shots in the boys 16-18 division.
The inaugural event at Westchase Golf Club was played under cloudy skies but after six inches of rain last Thursday, that was an improvement.
Temperatures were in the 80s for most of Saturday's round and that was the same on Sunday as Sharpe started the day one shot behind Curitiba and Nico Irrgang of Germany.
Sharpe, who won his debut event on the tour a month ago, had carded 17 pars and one birdie on his first round.
He began day two with a birdie to eradicate the deficit and made pars from then on until another birdie at 10.
By that point he had pulled away from his rivals and a bogey on 17 was immediately reconciled with a birdie at the last hole to esnure Sharpe finished the event at the top of the leaderboard.
Sharpe moved to Flordia in August to attend the elite David Leadbetter IMG Academy in Bradenton.
The former Minchinhampton member, who graduates in 2010, is focused on becoming a future world number one.
He showed his ability to bounce back from disappointment again by winning at Westchase.
That area of Sharpe's game has been praised by legendary amateur golfer Peter McEvoy and his resolve was on display following the talented youngster's recent Dubai disaster.
He came close to winning one of the leading junior golf tournaments of the year after a special invitation to play in the Daily Telegraph Young Golfer of the Year championship.
Sharpe shared the lead going into the final round but he dropped out of contention with a round of 82 after returns of 73 and 69.
Dad Michael said: "Oscar was delighted with his performance after what happened in Dubai.
"He's back to winning ways now and is the first European player to win twice on the tour. He's playing against golfers who are 18-years-old and six feet tall so it's such a great achievement."