France's Valentine Derrey secured her second win this season with a final hole birdie, in the Forget Foundation PGA Championship at PGA Sweden National, in Bara.
The Frenchwoman started her final round strongly, recording an eagle on the par 5 second hole. Bogeys on the 7th and 14th brought Derrey back to even par for the day but she finished strongly with three birdies in the last four holes. A critical birdie coming on the final hole to take her one shot ahead of the clubhouse leader, Frida Gustafsson-Spang.
The Swede recorded a final day 69, three under par, to finish at -5 for the tournament. Joint overnight leader, Manon de Roey of Belgium, bogeyed the final hole to fall back into 3rd place, at 4 under, alongside Jessica Karlsson (72) who also started today's round at the top of the leaderboard.
Derrey's win took her to the top of the LETAS Order of Merit just ahead of England's Meghan MacLaren, who finished in a tie for 23rd place. England's Charlotte Thompson scored the low round of the day, 67, which included six birdies and an eagle.
The LET Access Series moves to France next week for the Jabra Ladies Open at the Evian Resort. The event is also the qualifier for the Evain Championship, which takes place from the 14 - 17 September. The top two players will earn their place in the field for the fifth Major.