An incredible putt on 18 secured the Women's British Open for Hinako Shibuno as she wrapped up her first major honour at Woburn on Sunday.
The 20-year-old Japanese golfer was tied at -17 with Americas Lizette Salas heading up the 18th, but a remarkable putt saw her score a birdie, finishing with a round of -7, to land the title.
Shibuno, who started the year ranked outside the top 500 in the world, was competing in her first major golf tournament.
Woburn-based pro Charley Hull was a front runner in the opening two days, running at -8 with Salas and Shibuno for long periods on Friday before her form faded. Hull finished at -5 after a final round of +4, while fellow Brit Bronte Law carded +6 in the final round and finished at -3.
Reigning champion Georgia Hall also stumbled during Saturday and Sunday, finishing her defence of the title alongside Law on -3.
Shibuno, known as the 'Smiling Cinderella' for her beaming demeanour while out on course, said she could barely contain her excitement after winning the Open.
She said: "I was more nervous on the front nine but I was OK on the back nine. I felt like I was going to cry on the 18th but the tears didn't come out."