England's Bronte Law claimed her first career LPGA title with a two-stroke victory at the Pure Silk Championship in Williamsburg.

The 24-year-old carded a final-round 67, mixing five birdies and one bogey to edge ahead of second-placed Madelene Sagstrom, Brooke Henderson and Nasa Hataoka.

Ireland's Stephanie Meadow also hit a final-round 67, her best round of the a mixed tournament for her, and it helped her to climb the leaderboard for a share of 43rd, 17 shots behind Law.

Under pressure from a host of challengers, Law hit a 15-foot birdie putt on the par-four 16th before finishing with two par putts to finish on 17 under overall and seal the win.

It came just three weeks after she fell in a playoff for her then-career best finish at the LPGA Mediheal Championship.

Law, who maintained a share of the lead after each round of this tournament, said: "I believe in hard work and determination.

"I really stayed so focused out there today. Obviously, my caddie, Jeff, did a great job keeping me calm.
"I guess after San Fran it really gave me perspective that I can compete at the top. I came in this week with the sole intention of getting that one better. It feels really good."

Sweden's Sagstrom also recorded her career-best finish at 15 under overall, while Henderson, the 2016 Women's PGA champion and eight-time LPGA winner, hit three birdies in a blemish-free final round.

Hataoka, who lost in a playoff with Ariya Jutanugarn at last year's competition, hit a birdie on the last hole to climb into joint second.