Wales' Lydia Hall won the inaugural Ladies British Masters in dramatic fashion for her maiden tournament win at Buckinghamshire Golf Club.
Hall, 24, of Bridgend, came from two shots behind to beat the United States' Beth Allen to finish seven under par after rounds of 66, 71 and 72.
"I've been waiting to win a tournament for the last five years," said a delighted Hall.
Her win was witnessed by her former Wales rugby hooker father Wayne Hall.
Lydia Hall added: "I've done well in Dubai the last few years but obviously today was one of my first experiences of final group and all of the pressures that come with that."