England’s Lisa Hall finished second

“The bogeys on 10 and 11 were not unlucky, but silly chips, and I didn’t even birdie nine so I was starting to panic a little bit,” explained the 44-year-old Davies. “We hadn’t seen a score board all day and sure enough I was only one ahead at that point. I hit that driver and it was probably one of the best shots I’ve ever hit. I said to Johnnie: “For me, that’s as good as I can do. That was pretty much the time when I really felt comfortable to win.”

In a dramatic finish, Luna aced the par-three 16th hole to pull within one of Davies, who then birdied the same hole, sinking a crucial 12 footer.

“That was huge because, you know, a hole with water on, you can always make a mess of it. I came off with a birdie and had the two shot lead and that gives you a cushion,” said Davies, who finished with a birdie at the par-five last hole. “I know on 18 I’m hitting a seven-iron in there for my second shot so that is a pretty easy hole for me,” she explained.