Ireland's Leona Maguire claimed a five-stroke victory at the Symetra Classic in North Carolina to leave her all but assured of securing a full LPGA tour card for next season.

The Cavan golfer has been on an impressive streak on the Symetra Tour, earning her first professional victory in the Windsor Golf Classic in California last month. 

She almost won for a second time in Georgia last week, but was pipped in a four-way playoff by Spaniard Maria Parra. 

But she didn't have to wait long to grab that second victory, tearing clear of the field in the final round of the 54-hole event at River Run Country Club. 

Maguire began to day in a four-way tie for the lead but blitzed her rivals after a superb final round of 67, complete with five birdies and no dropped strokes. 

Her round started slowly enough but properly cranked into gear with back-to-back birdies on the 6th and 7th. She added more birdies on 11 and 14, after which she boasted a one-stroke lead by closest rival Stephanie Na. 

Na, however, imploded somewhat on the run-in while Maguire held steady, finishing with a flourish with a birdie on 18 for a resounding win. 

The win means Maguire goes top of the Volvik Race For The Card rankings with earnings of $73,790, over $20,000 clear of her nearest challenger