Megan Lockett from Huddersfield Golf Club tied 11th in the presigious Helen Holm Scottish Women’s Open Strokeplay Championship.

The Fixby ace was eight over par for the event, which was won by Rotherham’s Olivia Winning on one over.

Lockett, who represents Wales, had rounds of 76, 72 and 76 at Royal Troon.

Woodsome Hall’s Rochelle Morris was tied 31st after an opening 82, followed by rounds of 76 and 75.

Woodsome Hall's Rochelle Morris

Winning previously captured this title in 2013 and this is her first victory in any tournament since then – and it brings an end to a difficult couple of years.

“I am so excited, it’s special”, she said after being presented with the trophy and silver gilt medal for a second time.

“It’s a difficult course but I think I’ve played it enough times now to have found my way round. I played it really well back in 2013 when I won and this year I just kept it simple.

“I wasn’t as mad with the birdies as I was last time, just kept it steady and it worked out in the end.”

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The former England girl international added: “I’ve been working on my swing constantly in the last two years.

“When I came up in 2013, I was hitting it well and I knew I was hitting it well and I could go out there with confidence.

“This year it was a more conservative approach as my swing is not in a great place. It’s getting better but I’m still not happy with where it is, so it’s nice just to get a bit of confidence back.

“I love Scotland, I love Troon, this is my favourite tournament, my favourite golf course and I couldn’t be happier.

“If there is one tournament I’d want to win in a year, it’s this one and to have done it twice now is incredible. I’m super happy.”