Gemma Dryburgh celebrated "life-changing" success.

After success on the Ladies European Tour and the Ladies Asian Golf Tour

Scottish golfer Gemma Dryburgh has made it to the LPGA Tour.

She became the first Scot to win on this tour since Catriona Matthew in 2011.

Gemma Dryburgh celebrated "life-changing" success after a superb final

round of 65 propelled her to a first LPGA Tour title at the Toto Japan Classic.

The 29-year-old Scot finished four shots clear of Japan's Kana Nagai

After home favourite and overnight leader Momoko Ueda faded badly on the final day,

With a round of 74 dropping her into a share of fifth.

Dryburgh finished second in the LPGA Tour rankings last year

And has won twice on the Aussie Women Masters Tour this season.

finishes 20 under to claim a 300,000 US dollar (£264,000) prize.

"It's overwhelming," Dryburgh said of her victory.

"It's been a dream for a long time and a lot of hard work has gone

into this and it means so much because it is a life-changing win."