Holly Clyburn wins first Ladies European Tour event in Holland

Holly Clyburn takes a shot from a bunker

England's Holly Clyburn finished three shots clear of compatriot Charley Hull to win her first Ladies European Tour title at the Deloitte Ladies Open.

Clyburn, 22, shot a two-under 71 to finish on eight under in only her fourth appearance on tour this year.

Hull's final-round 69 earned second in Amsterdam, with Swede Carin Koch third.

"I'm flabbergasted," said Clyburn. "I played great golf all week pretty much. I just relaxed, didn't get nervous all day and kept in my own little bubble."

The rookie, who turned professional in October 2012, moved into contention with a round of 69 on Saturday to trail overnight leader Camilla Lennarth by one stroke.

Swede Lennarth quickly surrendered her lead in the final round and eventually carded a 77 to finish in a tie for fourth, with Clyburn capitalising thanks to birdies on five and six to take the lead.

Hull, 17, started strongly with four birdies on the front nine, but two bogeys late in the round meant she fell short.

"I didn't watch what the other girls were doing," added Clyburn.

"I looked at the scoreboard when I could but there was only one way I was going and that was to get this."