Shanshan Feng shot a 6-under 66 to close out the Omega Dubai Ladies' Masters in a rout, winning the Ladies' European Tour event by a whopping 12 shots.
Feng had four straight rounds of 67 or better at the Emirates Golf Club, and her 21-under 267 total left her 12 shots clear of second-place Thidapa Suwannapura. To put her dominating performance into perspective, only nine total rounds of 67 or better were turned in by the other 106 women in the field.
Feng hasn't won on the LPGA since the 2014 Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia, but her solid season this year included four top-25 finishes in the majors highlighted by a third-place result at the Evian Championship. This marks the second LET victory this year for the 26-year-old, who also won the Buick Championship in China in May.
Other notable finishers included a trio of European Solheim Cup participants: Melissa Reid finished alone in third, 13 shots behind Feng, while Germany's Caroline Masson tied for fourth and Sweden's Caroline Hedwall tied for eighth.