Ariya Jutanugarn overcame the disappointment of throwing away a two-shot lead on Sunday to win the Kingsmill Championship at the second playoff hole.
Jutanugarn had stretched out a two-shot lead in Virginia following a birdie at the 11th hole, but a bogey at 15 couple with birdies for rivals Nasa Hataoka and In Gee Chun resulted in a three-way playoff.
The Thai world number six then held firm to beat Hataoka with a birdie on the second playoff hole after birdies for the duo had seen off Chun at the first.
The 2016 Champion of @KingsmillLPGA hoists the trophy two years later!
— LPGA (@LPGA) May 20, 2018
It was a second victory for Jutanugarn at Kingsmill after her victory in 2016, and makes her only the second multiple winner in Virginia after Cristie Kerr (three titles).
The 22-year old also won for the eighth time in her last 54 tournaments.
Brooke Henderson closed with a 65 to finish one shot back at 13-under. Megan Khang finished in fifth spot after a third straight 67.
The event was shortened to 54 holes after play was washed out on Saturday.