Shanshan Feng won the individual title and led China to the team victory Sunday at the inaugural World Ladies Championship on the Ladies European Tour.

Feng posted a one-under 71 on Sunday at the Vintage Course at Mission Hills Haikou, and finished at 10-under 206. She won by a single stroke and became the first player from mainland China to win on the Ladies European Tour.

"I wasn't really shooting a low score today," said Feng. "I think at one time I was like, three behind, but I wasn't worried at all because I knew I would have more chances on the back nine and I would catch up and finally I got it."

The team from China, which featured Feng and Li Ying Ye, came in at 17-under 415 to win by two strokes over Thailand.

Pornanong Phatlum of Thailand carded a two-under 70 on Sunday and finished second in the individual tournament. Pernilla Lindberg's three-under 69 gave her third place two strokes behind Feng at minus-eight.