Cornwall have won the men's English County Championship for the first time in the tournament's 113-year history.
The Duchy's golfers took the title after beating Surrey 5½-3½ in the final series of matches at the Royal North Devon club.
"This seems like a dream," said Cornwall captain Richard Simmons.
"We have created a piece of history and it is the beginning of an era. This is incredible for Cornwall, a county with only 34 clubs."
Cornwall president David Inch commented: "Winning the English County finals is a magnificent achievement and after a lot of hard work, the team have done the county and themselves proud.
"This has been an experience I and those associated with golf in Cornwall will never forget. We are firmly on the map and now we have to try and build on that."