The law of England goes off 67 to win the first LPGA Tour title

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Bronte Law played for Great Britain and Ireland in the 2014 Curtis Cup Final leaderboard-17 B Law (Eng); -15 M Sagstrom (Swe), B Henderson (Can), N Hataoka (Jpn); -14 H Wheeling (Tpe); -13 A Munoz (Spa), C Ciganda (Spa) Other selected: -9 C Hull (Eng); -8 G Dryburgh (Sco); -4 S Meadow (NI) Complete rankings

The British Bronte Law won its first title on the LPGA Tour with a two-time win at the Pure Silk Championship in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Law, 24, made five birdies and one bogey in a final round 67 to 17 below, who had been in charge during the tournament.

Madelene Sagstrom from Sweden, Brooke Henderson from Canada and Nasa Hataoka from Japan came in second for 15

"I believe in hard work and determination," said Law.

"I have been so focused there today. Of course my caddy, Jeff, did a great job keeping me calm."

Law's victory came three weeks after she lost in a playoff at the LPGA Mediheal Championship.

"I think after San Fran it really gave me perspective that I can compete at the top," she added.

"I came in this week with the intention of becoming one."

Eighteen LPGA winner Henderson made three birdies in the final round while Sagstrom & # 39; s 15 gave her a career-best finish under her.

Hataoka birdied the last hole to claim part of the second.

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