Kylie Walker wins the Deloitte Ladies Open in Holland. Kylie Walker / Getty Kylie won her maiden Ladies European Tour victory at the Deloitte Ladies Open after a dramatic three-woman play-off. Kylie, with Nikki Campbell and Malene Jorgensen all finished the tournament at -6 under par, at The International which is close to Amsterdam Airport. Kylie then sealed the wire-to-wire win by holing a birdie putt of 20 feet on the second extra hole, the 506-yard par-5 eighteenth, to lift her first L.E.T. trophy; “Amazing; absolutely brilliant. I’m delighted. I’ve been in play-offs to get in the British Open and US Open but not to win on the LET. I was just really trying to win and I kept giving myself chances and not quite making the putts, although I did putt quite well. A lot of them looked good and didn’t go in, so I’m delighted to win in the end.” On the second play-off hole, Malene had made par before Kylie rolled in her birdie putt; “With the crowd erupting it almost overwhelmed me, with everyone screaming.” Kylie's previous best finish in five years on the LET was a tie for fourth at the 2011 Prague Masters, so she really deserved this win, a good boost to her career; "I’ve been on tour for four full seasons and this is my fifth. This is my first win so I’m delighted! To me, going into every tournament I am trying to win. My performances haven’t been good the last couple of years but this season has been better and I’ve felt my game was in good shape for the last couple of months. I have been feeling really good about my game and have felt that a win was close in that sense but in terms of results, I guess it didn’t really look as if it was close. I go into every week trying to win the tournament." "I love the course and that first day I played well and I played well yesterday in quite strong winds to get to five-under with a two shot lead. I just felt comfortable as well."