Dana Lacey, who paired with Nelly Amarnani, shot a net 64 to win the Final Day’s Pro Am

On her chances of winning the BBC award, she said: “I am keeping my fingers crossed and hope people will vote for me,” said Brewerton, who at present is placed third on Ladies European Tour’s Henderson Money List behind Sophie Gustafson and Catriona Matthew of Scotland.

Meanwhile, the team of Dana Lacey of Austria and Nelly Amarnani carded a net 64 to win the Day Three Pro Am title, beating Maria Verchenova (Russia) and Raimund Legnar on a countback.

The team of Linda Wesberg (Sweden) and Hendrick Schoeman also shot a net 64 but had to settle for a third place on a countback.

Mohamed Juma Buamaim, vice chairman and CEO of golf in DUBAi — the promoters and organisers of the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters — and Alex Armas, executive director of Ladies European Tour, presented the prizes.

Leading scores after the final day at par-73 Faldo course:

206 – Krystle Caithness (Scotland) 69 67 70
209 – Becky Brewerton (Wales) 68 70 71
214 – Anja Monke (Germany) 71 73 70, Sophie Walker (England) 69 67 78
215 – Melissa Reid (England) 73 70 72
216 – Lee-Anne Pace (South Africa) 73 70 73
217 – Lora Fairclough (England) 73 70 74
218 – Lotta Wahlin (Sweden) 72 76 70, Linda Wessberg (Sweden) 74 74 70, Margherita Rigon (Italy) 76 72 70, Virginie Lagoutte-Clement (France) 77 73 68, Maria Verchenova (Russia) 73 72 73, Carmen Alonso (Spain) 71 73 74, Florentyna Parker (England) 71 71 76, Breanne Alicia Loucks (Wales) 73 69 76.

Final day Pro Am winners:

1. Dana Lacey of Austria and Nelly Amarnani net 64 (countback)
2. Maria Verchenova (Russia) and Raimund Legnar net 64
3. Linda Wessberg (Sweden) and Hendrick Schoeman net 64