Gemma Dryburgh received a check for £ 5,000 at Royal St George & # 39; s – 1 Dryburgh (Sco), E Hull (Eng), Hall (Eng), +2 Dimmock (Eng), Toy (Eng)
Gemma Dryburgh claimed successive victories in the Rose Ladies Series in windy conditions at Royal St George & # 39; s.
27-year-old Scot & # 39; s one-under 69 was enough to see England's Charley Hull and Georgia Hall finish with level par rounds of 70.
It was the first professional female tournament to be organized on the Kent course, which will hold the rescheduled Open Championship in 2021.
World 221 Dryburgh is now at the top of the rankings and Hull drops to second place.
Dryburgh recovered from a bogey among the first to place birdies at the seventh, 10th and 13th holes before dropping a shot at 15.
And in almost a repeat of the circumstances of her success at The Buckinghamshire, she took advantage of playing partner Hull, the number 25 in the world, gave her last two holes a boost.
The Rose Ladies Series, sponsored by the world's former number one, Justin Rose and his wife Kate, was created to fill the gap on the elite women's golf calendar.
The Ladies European Tour will not resume until August after being suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Brokenhurst Manor Winner: Charley Hull Moor Park Winner: Meghan MacLaren The Buckinghamshire Winner: Gemma Dryburgh Royal St George & # 39; s Winner: Gemma Dryburgh JCB Country Club July 16 Bearwood Lakes July 23 The Shire July 30 North Hants (Grand Final day one) August 5 ] The Berkshire (Grand Final day two) August 6 Wentworth (Grand Final day three) August 7
The series, wh He continues next week at the JCB Country Club and e ends with a grand finale starting on August 5.
Dryburgh will miss the final if she leaves for the United States. to quarantine in preparation for the resumption of the LPGA tour on July 31.
Stand Ladies Series
1. Gemma Dryburgh 297,5 points
2. Charley Hull 281.67
3. Elizabeth Young 195.83
4. Annabel Dimmock 166.67
5. Georgia Hall 160