|-15 Law (English), -14 Fassi (Mexico), -12 Henseleit (Ger), -11 Anannarukarn (Tha), Pace (SA), -ten Mr. Jutanugarn (Tha), -9 Hewson (Ang), Simmermacher (Arg), Cowan (All), A. Jutanugarn (Tha)|
|Others selected:-5 Davies (English) -4 Johnson (Ang), -2 Williams (Wal), -1 Henri (Sco)|
Bronte Law of England won her first Ladies European Tour title with a victory at the Dubai Moonlight Classic.
The 26-year-old produced an impressive final round of 64 to beat a shot from Mexican Maria Fassi at Emirates Golf Club.
Law played his last eight holes in six under par thanks to an eagle and four birdies.
“It’s a bit surreal right now,” Law told Sky Sports. “I’m so happy to win again because it’s been a long time.”
Law, of Stockport, celebrated her last victory in May 2019 when she won the Pure Silk Championship on the LPGA Tour.
She was tied with Fassi before the last day of competition and started on the 18th due to a shotgun start.
In the end, Law’s dominating 15-under-par was too much for the Mexican – despite Fassi posting a respectable closing round of 68.
“It’s all a bit of a blur,” Law added. “I was just trying to post a number and I said to my caddy ‘let’s try to get seven cents’ and obviously I did one better.”
Law has made some big swing changes this season in an effort to keep fit and avoid recurring injuries.
“This is my seventh week in a row, and before I couldn’t play three without my body hurting all the time,” she said.
“This is a testament to what I have done. I am so proud that all the hard work is starting to pay off because it’s difficult when things don’t go as planned and you feel the whole world is against you. “