Aberdeen’s Gemma Dryburgh described her victory in the third Rose Ladies Series event as the best of her professional career.
The 27-year-old hit the birdie trail on the back nine at The Buckinghamshire to pip 2018 British Open winner Georgia Hall by a stroke.
Dryburgh, who had father John on the bag, made birdies at 10, 13, 14 and 16 on her way to a three-under 69.
She said: “It is definitely the best win of my pro career.
“Just look at the field – it was almost like a LPGA Tour event, with Georgia Hall, Charley Hull and Bronte Law and, of course, Dame Laura Davies.
“I didn’t have the best front nine.
“I pushed it into the water in the first and made bogey and then bogeyed the third but then I pulled it together.
“I got it to one-over through the turn and then I slam-dunked my bunker shot on the 10th for a birdie and that got me going. That was the start of the birdies rolling in.
“I was 32 on the back nine which was good.
“The coronavirus rules say your caddie must be from the same household, and it was so great to have Dad here.
“We have a good record together, as he was with me at the Q-Schools when I got my Tour cards, so my normal caddie should look out.”