Emily Kristine Pedersen underlined her dominance on the Ladies European Tour with a four-stroke victory in the Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de Espana.
The Dane's final-round 66 eased her ahead of her rivals and to a fourth LET victory in eight starts following consecutive triumphs in Saudi Arabia earlier in November.
She becomes the first woman to win three consecutive events on the Ladies European Tour since Marie-Laure de Lorenzi 31 years ago.
"It was very special with my Dad here," said the Dane, whose father was caddying for her.
"He got me in to golf and he has been a big support the whole way. He kept me going when I was down and it is really big for me to have him here and win this amazing trophy.
"I was really happy to go through something really positive and good with him because he is right beside me off the course and now, he has been there on it.
"It's amazing to win this trophy, it's a big event and this really is the best finish to my season. I won the Spanish Amateur Championship here in 2013. I feel like this one brings back some nice memories."
Nuria Iturrioz was the 24-year-old Pedersen's nearest challenger, lying just one stroke back as they went into the final round at Real Club De Golf Guadalmina.
Having birdied the fourth and missed opportunities to widen her lead at the ninth and the 10th, Pedersen benefited from Iturrioz's bogey at the fifth and dropped shot at the 11th.
A birdie at the 12th left the Dane four ahead with four to play, though she could only produce a par at the 15th, where her challenger rolled in a birdie to chip away at her lead.
Both players pulled out a birdie at the 16th and Pedersen enjoyed another at the 17th, restoring her four-shot lead ahead of the last where she sealed the victory.
Spain's Ana Pelaez finished eight strokes behind in third, with Sanna Nuutinen fourth, Maha Haddioui fifth and England's Cloe Frankish sharing sixth with Manon Gidali.
Australian Associated Press