Debut triumph for Shibuno
Japan's Hinako Shibuno birdied the final hole to win the AIG Women's British Open in thrilling fashion on her major championship debut at Woburn.
Shibuno overcame a four-putt double-bogey on the third hole to card a closing 68 and finish 18 under par, a shot ahead of American Lizette Salas, who lipped out from four feet for a birdie on the last.
Shibuno had never played a professional event outside Japan before this week, but the 20-year-old ended it as a major champion after holding off the challenge of Salas and world number one Ko Jin-young, who was seeking a third major title of the year but had to settle for third following a 66.
Shibuno, who is known as the 'Smiling Cinderella' in Japan, told Sky Sports Golf through an interpreter: "I'm nervous now that I've won and I still feel like I'm going to vomit!"
Defending champion Georgia Hall finished on three under after holing a long birdie putt on the 18th in a closing 73.