Christine Wolf secured her maiden Ladies European Tour title at the Hero Womens Indian Open with a victory.
Calms the memories of the last years runner-up end and the Austrian published a 69 to end the week 11 below.
Wolfs closest challenge came in Norways Marianne Skarpnord who posted a final-round 70 to end the week on eight under, with Englands Meghan MacLaren a further stroke back in third spot.
I am super happy, of course, to post my own very first victory but also since I did it , Wolf said. I love the class and that I already knew that coming in this week. Everybody knew about the drama that went on last year.
Taking a one-shot lead Wolf opened with a close-range birdie and watched her benefit increase further when MacLaren posted back bogeys from the second.
Wolf wrapped in an four-footer in the par-five fourth and also then made a 10-foot birdie at the ninth to make it to the turn two.
Skarpnord didnt catch up and down as Wolf made par on every hole of their back nine to shoot a lead into the hole, to save par at the 15th.
By viewing her victory out with a tap-in par eight shots onto the par-five last had fell such as a double-bogey over the final evening but made amends this time around.
MacLaren birdied two of the closing six holes to finish with a 72, using Whitney Hillier a further shot back after carrying a birdie.