World number one Ko Jin-young stormed to victory at the season-ending Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour event in Florida, winning by five shots.
Ko, who started the day one shot behind her compatriot Kim Sei-Young, the world number two and defending champion, shot a six-under-par round of 66 to record a convincing victory in the CME Group Tour Championship at Tiburón Golf Club.
Ko's round featured seven birdies and just one dropped shot as she finished at a total of 18-under-par.
With the two South Korean players tied at the midway point of the final round, Ko's five birdies on the back nine made the difference.
It was an incredible victory for a player who only qualified for the event by virtue of her runners-up finish at last week's US Women's Open, when she finished one shot behind another compatriot Kim A-lim.
Five shots back in a tie for second place were Australian Hannah Green, who carded a five-under-par round of 67, which featured no dropped shots, and Kim, who carded a level par round of 72.
The United States Mina Harigae finished a further shot back at 12-under-par in outright fourth while behind there was a tie for fifth between New Zealand's Lydia Ko and American Lexi Thompson, who led after the first round, with the pair both finishing at 11-under-par.
Ko's triumph earns her the title of Race to the CME Globe champion, a victory accompanied by a cheque for $1.1 million (£818,000/€899,000).
"I still can't believe it, that I am here - and then I won this tournament," said Ko.
"I want to thank God. He makes my plan. Not me. I did nothing. He makes everything, so I just want to thank God and I can't believe it right now."
Although Kim did not claim the CME Group Tour Championship trophy her second placed finish earned her the 2020 Rolex Player of the Year award by six points from compatriot Inbee Park.
Meanwhile, Danielle Kang finished with the season with a scoring average of 70.082 to claim the Vare Trophy, awarded to the player with the season’s lowest scoring average.
The American finished the season ending event in a tie for 30th place.