Azahara Munoz's win at last weekend's Sybase Match Play might've gotten lost with all the attention focused on the slow-play story.
A 24-year-old from Spain, Munoz won her first LPGA title in the tour's only match-play event, beating Morgan Pressel with a controversial rules decision.
What you haven't heard much, though, over the last few days, is that Munoz is a rising start in women's golf.
The native of San Pedro del Alcantara, Spain, who played college golf at Arizona State University, made her mark in her first appearance on the Solheim Cup team, going 2-1-1 to help Europe to a win over the U.S.
She obviously likes the match-play format, too, beating LPGA legend Karrie Webb in the second round, American stud Stacy Lewis handily in the quarters, 5 and 4, and Jodi Ewart, who had previously knocked off Solheim Cup veterans Suzann Pettersen and Sophie Gustafson, the round previous.
While the focus has all been on Pressel and their rules dispute, we caught up with Munoz on her way to the practice green, to give you a little idea of who Munoz is.