The Ricoh Women's British Open, 2007: Lorena Ochoa stands on the first tee of the Old Course, St Andrews, the home of golf. Until now, no other women's professional championship has ever been played here. Inspired, she stares down the fairway, thinking what it would be like to not only win her first major, but to be the first woman to do it here.
Just nine holes into the first round, the lead is already hers. For the next three-and-a-half days, her rivals pursue her. Even the weather tries to stand in her way. Neither succeeds. She embraces her first major victory. In every sense of the word.