Meghan MacLaren has claimed her first Ladies European Tour victory, the Englishwoman winning the Women's NSW Open at Coffs Harbour.
The 23-year-old converted her overnight lead into a two-shot victory, carding a closing even-par 71 to finish 10-under in the tournament co-sanctioned by the Australian LPGA.
American Casey Danielson charged home with a 66 at Coffs Harbour Golf Course to tie for second with Norway's Marita Engzelius (71) and Spaniard Silvia Banon.
Sarah Kemp was the leading Australian, tied fifth with Lydia Hall of Wales, after a closing 68 left her three shots behind MacLaren.
MacLaren told the Ladies European Tour website that the win felt "incredible".
"I can't put it into words yet," she said.
Asked if she had felt any nerves going into the final round after her 65 on Saturday.
"I'd be lying if I said I didn't," she said.
"I've been in control of my game all week, but coming down the line when you know how quickly things can change in golf, it's just a relief, to be honest."