The 29-year-old South Korean seized control with four successive birdies from the 9th hole at The Renaissance Club in North Berwick, the same course that hosted the men's Scottish Open last month.
The world number 79 made five birdies on the back nine to fire a five-under-par final round of 66 and finish on a 20-under total in North Berwick. "I didn't know that", she said after landing a £190,000 top prize for this success before adding with laugh: "I hope it (the next one) is more closer!" Lee6 is in good form, having won the U.S. Women's Open in June.
"This is my first time, and I thought it would be really hard, but actually my shots and my putting strokes were pretty good", Lee6 said.
Hur finished joint second behind her compatriot, Mi Hyang Lee, at Dundonald Links two years ago in similar foul weather.
She picked up a check for $225,000. "I just played with my confidence after that", she said.
UN Investigating 35 North Korean Military-Funding Cyberattacks
Under U.N. sanctions, North Korea is limited to importing 500,000 barrels of such products annually including gasoline and diesel. In total, North Korea has reportedly raised up to $2 billion (R28.4 billion) through its cybercriminal activities.
Members of the public praised for detaining Sydney knife attacker
Another woman, aged 41, was stabbed in the back in the street and has been taken to hospital where she is in a stable condition. Video footage shows the man, who was armed with a large butchers knife, yelling "Allahu Akbar" on Sydney's streets.
Android: fingerprint verification arrives on Google websites
The problems with passwords are numerous, but things are slowly changing with biometrics, hardware security keys, and so on. The feature will continue to work for those who have two-factor authentication enabled on their account, by the way.
"And then he said that today, as well on the fourth, because I made a bogey on the third after I had a three-putt".
Carly Booth, the 2012 victor, finished as leading Scot in joint-ninth after a closing 71 for 274.
Low round of the day belonged to Australian 23-year-old Minjee Lee, who went bogey free in a round of 64 (-7).
"Honestly I don't like links courses but after this week I love it!"
Mi Jung, visible for probably miles away even through the rain in a bright lime green rainsuit, didn't even look at the scoreboards so was unaware she was tied with three others at the turn. Overall, I think 4-under, pretty happy with it.