MI JUNG HUR cruised to victory in the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open.

The South Korean won by four shots from nearest rivals Jeongeun Lee and Moriya Jutanugarn at a rain-soaked Renaissance Club, near Dirleton.

Wet weather had dominated the competition over the four days with play interrupted on Friday afternoon by rain.

Twenty-nine-year-old Hur finished on -20, helped by a stunning second round of 62.

A final round of 66 ensured victory in the competition, becoming the third player from Asia to win the tournament in a row.

Last year, Ariya Jutanugarn, who finished fifth this year, was the winner at nearby Gullane Golf Club.

Twelve months prior to that and Hur finished second, one stroke behind Lee Mi-hyang, who finished fourth this time, at Dundonald Links.

Carly Booth was the highest placed of the Scots, finishing tied for ninth with Jane Park, Karolin Lampert and Xiyu Lin on -10.

North Berwick's Catriona Matthew, who is also the captain of Team Europe at the upcoming Solheim Cup, failed to make the cut at the tournament.