Most 14-year-olds are consumed with three things: 1) praying they aren’t tormented by their high school class; 2) exploring the beauty of pirated music; 3) see No.1. Atthaya Thitikul has a slightly different mindset. Thitikul became the youngest winner in Ladies European Tour history by beating Ana Menendez at the inaugural Ladies European Thailand Championship.

“I’m so happy and proud of myself,” said Thitikul, whose even-par 72 equated to a five-under score for the week, two better than Menendez. “I did not look nervous, but of course I felt nerves on the first tee and on the first hole. I did not think about the score. I committed to every shot I hit and stayed relaxed.”

Brooke Henderson held the previous record, winning an event on the Canadian Women’s Tour in June 2012 at 14 years, nine months and three days. Thitikul is 14 years, four months and 19 days.

The craziest thing? Thitikul’s far from a child prodigy, just becoming a scratch golfer within the past year. At this progression, she’ll be winning the US Women’s Open before going on her first date.