Macclesfield golfer Jamie Donaldson hit the winning shot to win the Ryder Cup for Europe on Sunday.
Jamie's now back home in Cheshire, and in between a lot of understandable celebrating, he took time out to chat to ITV News.
Ryder Cup golfer Jamie Donaldson has spoken about the moment he hit the winning shot to seal the win for Europe.
Donaldson, who is based at Macclesfield Golf Club, says he hit "the shot of his life" to seal a win against the USA, and guarantee Europe retained the trophy.
Members at Macclesfield Golf Club are celebrating Europe's Ryder Cup success after Jamie Donaldson clinched the crucial point to win the famous trophy.
With 13 and a half points already on the board, Donaldson initially made sure Europe would retain the trophy as holders by guaranteeing half a point against Bradley by holding a four-hole lead with four to play.
But he then sealed outright victory in style, hitting his approach to the 15th to within inches of the hole and prompting the captains to shake hands before he had reached the green.
Today, members at his home club in Macclesfield have been toasting his success.
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Police looking for missing police officer Louise Gibson have found a body.
Mrs Gibson lived in Macclesfield for 10 years with her family, and Thames Vallery Police thought she may have gone back to the North West.
The body of a woman was found in Woodland in Buckinghamshire, where Louise lived. She is yet to be formally identified but is believed to be Mrs Gibson.
Louise had been missing from Great Kingshill, Buckinghamshire, since Thursday (15/5) evening.
Her family have been informed of the discovery and are being supported by family liaison officers.
ACC Chris Shead said: “It is with great sadness that we can confirm a body, believed to be our missing colleague Louise Gibson, was found in Little Kingshill, Buckinghamshire, this afternoon.
“Louise’s family, friends and colleagues have been informed and are being supported. I would ask that their privacy is respected."
The death is being treated as unexplained.
AstraZeneca Chairman Leif Johansson has said he now saw no prospect of a deal with Pfizer before a deadline of 26 May set under British takeover rules, or any likelihood of that deadline being extended, Reuters have reported.
The Business Secretary Vince Cable says the government continues to monitor the proposed takeover of AstraZeneca by US drugs giant Pfizer, saying that it is in the "national interest" to do so.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has reiterated his call for the Government to do an "objective test" on the impact of a potential takeover by Pfizer of AstraZeneca, despite the British firm's board rejecting the apparently final offer from the US drugs company.
Police say they are growing increasingly concerned about the welfare of a missing police officer from Macclesfield.
Mother of three, Louise Gibson, who now works for Thames Valley Police, was last seen in High Wycombe on May 15.
Police have described Louise as a ‘high risk’ missing person.
Louise moved to Macclesfield in 2001.