Christine Wolf Procured her Ladies European Tour title with a three-stroke victory.
Banish the memories of the last years runner-up end at the function and the Austrian posted a 69 to end the week 11 below.
Wolfs closest battle came in Norways Marianne Skarpnord that posted a 70 to end the week on eight below, together with Englands Meghan MacLaren that a further stroke back in third place.
Im super happy, obviously, to post my first victory but also because I did it here, Wolf said. I really like the class and I knew that coming into this week. Everyone knew about the play that went last year.
Taking a one-shot lead into the final day, when MacLaren posted back-to-back bogeys from the next Wolf opened using a close-range birdie and saw her advantage increase.
Wolf made a birdie at the ninth to reach the flip two ahead of Skarpnord, who had made three birdies in a front-nine 33 and also then rolled in the par-five fourth.
Skarpnord failed to get up and down from a greenside bunker as Wolf made par to take a three-shot lead into the final hole, to save par at the 15th.
Wolf had shed eight shots about the par-five past during last years tournament, such as a double-bogey over the last day to miss out on success, but made amends this time around by viewing her out victory with a tap-in par.
MacLaren birdied two of the final six holes to finish with a level-par 72, with Whitney Hillier after cancelling out a birdie at the 17th having a 34, a further shot back.
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