South Korea's Lee Mi-Hyang snatches women's Scottish Open

South Korean Lee Mi-Hyang birdied the final hole to grab a one-shot victory after a dramatic women's Scottish Open at Dundonald Links on Sunday.

Lee Mi-Hyang of South Korea, pictured on July 13, 2017, won the Scottish Open
Lee Mi-Hyang of South Korea, pictured on July 13, 2017, won the Scottish Open (GETTY/AFP)

South Korean Lee Mi-Hyang birdied the final hole to grab a one-shot victory after a dramatic women's Scottish Open at Dundonald Links on Sunday.

The 24-year-old trailed Australia's Karrie Webb by one stroke with two holes to play, but a disastrous double-bogey on the 17th saw Webb slip out of the lead.

The seven-time major champion hit back with a birdie at the par-five last, but Lee matched that to claim the title.