Olivia Mehaffey has made up for her disappointment at relinquishing the Scottish Open title by comfortably defending her Welsh Ladies Open stroke-play crown.
Horrendous conditions in Troon contributed to the 18-year-old surrendering her title a week ago, but she celebrated her call-up to the Great Britain and Ireland Curtis Cup team, who will face the USA at Royal County Down, by winning at a canter in the north-Wales coastal town of Conwy.
Banbridge girl Mehaffey shot 79 in a less than inspiring opening round, but was still well in contention. She took control on day two with a bogey-free five under par 68.
A final round of 73 saw her take victory by five shots from Donaghadee's Jessica Ross.
Meanwhile, Northern Ireland's World Junior champion Tom McKibbin will join Rory McIlroy in the pro-am event ahead of this month's Irish Open at the K Club.
McIlroy has invited the teenage prospect to join him on the course after hearing about his impressive victory at last year's World Junior Championship.
Newtownabbey youngster McKibbin is just 13-years-old, but McIlroy won the World Junior Championships at the age of nine.
The prospect of playing with the World No.3 doesn't faze McKibbin, as he said: "Not only do I get a day off school, but I get to play alongside one of the best golfers in the world."