Michelle Wie rallied from four strokes back entering the day to shoot a 5-under 67 on Saturday and win the LPGA Lotte Championship at Kapolei, Hawaii.
The 24-year-old Stanford alum finished at 14-under 274 to earn her third tour win and first since the 2010 Canadian Women's Open.
"I'm just having fun out there," said Wie, a Honolulu native who won $255,000. "I was out there and nervous. Every time I felt nervous out there, I was looking around, I felt there was no place I'd rather be.
"The highlight of this week was to come back home. From the first tee shot I made to the last putt, the aloha I felt from everyone was unbelievable."
Third-round leader Angela Stanford struggled to a 1-over 73 that put her at 276. Top-ranked Inbee Park finished third at 277.
The tour returns to the Bay Area this week with the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic, which starts Thursday at Lake Merced.
PGA: Luke Donald shot a 5-under 66 and took a two-stroke lead over John Huh (68) after three rounds of the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town (S.C).
Donald, a former No. 1 player in the world, was at 8-under 205. He hasn't won on tour since 2012. Charl Schwartzel (68), Jim Furyk (71), Nicholas Thompson (68) and Ben Martin (71) shared third at 5 under.
Donald's performance capped a long day at soggy Harbour Town, where 65 golfers had to finish the second round before the third could begin.
Champions: Miguel Angel Jimenez, in his tour debut, shot a 2-under 70 to take a one-stroke lead over defending champion Bernhard Langer (68) in the Greater Gwinnett Championship at TPC Sugarloaf (Ga.). Jimenez birdied 18 for a 9-under 135 total.
Asian: Lee Westwood saw his four-shot lead trimmed to one after a bogey on 18 at the Malaysian Open. He shot a 1-under 71 for a 14-under 202. Andy Sullivan (66) was second at Kuala Lumpur Country Club. Pablo Larrazabal, who was attacked by a swarm of hornets Friday, shot a 70 to sit at 4 under.